Sidney 360

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  1. aerialis

    aerialis Registered User

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    sidney crosby puts more puck-tricks on display

    http://en.rbkhockey.com/sidney360/

    go to multimedia, and watch the first "behind-the-scenes" clip -- he does a neat lift of the puck while standing still by using the back of the stick first. he's in such ridiculous control of the puck throughout the video
     
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    he's pretty good.
     
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    Wow .. sooo skilled
     
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    ive seen kasparaitis do that with his eyes closed
     
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    he mustve been dreaming
     
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    Ii learned how to do that... just a bit of wax and the top of the puck can't be wet.
    This however I can't figure out at all. Sweet Goal
     
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    Use a shorter stick.

    This "Lacrosse style" thing is getting ridiculous. I bet 97% of every Jr hockey player in Canada can do these moves. If anyone tries this in a game however, he'll get steamrolled, or jumped after the play.
     

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