Shooting Tips

Everything you need to score more goals is right here. Shoot better than your opponent. Beat the goalie. Help your team win games.

Some of the most advanced shooting tips in the world of hockey can be found in this section. A number of experts have created guidelines to give you exactly what you need to make sure your snipe goes TOP SHELF. To be the best you have to learn from the best, and that is exactly what HockeyShot’s Shooting Tips provides you. By studying this category, a hockey player will undoubtedly BECOME A BETTER SHOOTER so that the goalie never sees you coming. Shooting is without question one of the most important aspects of hockey, and this section gives you all the tools you need to succeed! These tips can be beneficial to all hockey players ON AND OFF THE ICE. No matter where you are, as long as you have a stick, puck and a target, you will learn something from these posts, we guarantee it!

  • The slapshot is a tricky shot to master, before you learn how to take a slapshot while skating I would recommend learning how to take a slapshot while standing still. A lot of people when they are first learning develop some bad habits, so it is important to learn the proper technique. Another important aspect is using your ENTIRE body to get power, not just the arms. For more on that read our article on how to take a slapshot and the follow up articles at the bottom with more info.

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  • Yes there are two types of wrists shots in hockey, yet I am amazed at how many people are unaware of this fact. A newcomer to the game of hockey asked for some wrist shot tips in a popular hockey forum. Many beer leaguers who have been playing hockey for years tried to help. The problem was that different people were teaching different types of wrist shots as if they were the same type. I could not find one good article that addresses both types of wrist shots so I thought I would clear th...

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  • I shot this video that shows you how you can improve your slapshot technique and get more power from your shot.

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  • The one-timer is a great shot if you can do it properly, it is also a great way to embarrass yourself on the ice if you don't know how to do it properly. There is nothing worse than completely missing the puck, or sending a muffin towards the net that the goalie easily gloves. In this article and video we will share a number of tips on how to perfect the one timer.

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  • Here are a few Hockeyshot Tips to improve your shooting and stickhandling skills

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