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Ryan James. The wrist shot is the most common, and the most crucial shot in the game of hockey. . Title: How to take a Wrist Shot Topic: Hockey Wrist Shot Audience: Anyone up for the challenge. Step # 1.

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Ryan James

The wrist shot is the most common, and the most crucial shot in the game of hockey.

Title: How to take a Wrist ShotTopic: Hockey Wrist ShotAudience: Anyone up for the challenge

step 1
Step # 1

A lesson first on the parts of a hockey stick, so you know how to perform the steps to shoot a puck. The blade is the bottom part of the hockey stick that you handle the puck with. The back end of the hockey stick blade is called the heel, and the front of the hockey stick blade the toe. Now that you have learned about the hockey stick, you are now ready to learn how to do a wrist shot.

Heel

Toe

step 2
Step # 2

Position your body at a 45°angle to the net. Your knees should be bent so that it provides balance, and power when releasing your shot. If you are shooting left, you put your left hand down halfway on the shaft (the handle of the stick). If you are shooting right, you put your right hand down halfway on the shaft. Your hand that is opposite the direction you are shooting; you put at the very top of the hockey stick.

Knees bent

Hand position

step 3
Step # 3

Cup the puck on the front of the hockey stick blade, and look to where you want the shot to go. With the back of the blade bring the puck behind, or even with your back leg while lowering your shoulder. Quickly reposition the puck back to the front of the blade. Begin a swiping motion until you roll the puck to the heel.

Bring puck

back

Leg stays firm

step 4
Step # 4

After you have the puck on the heel, you very quickly move the puck to the toe, and lift your stick at the same time. The rolling motion is how the puck builds up speed. The leg that stays firm on the ground is the leg that is on the same side as the side you shoot.

Lift stick

Leg lift

Leg stays firm

step 5
Step # 5

Now you release the puck by giving a little flick of the wrist (where the shot gets its name) while maintaining eye contact with where you’re aiming. The opposite leg of the one firm on the ground you kick up, so that it propels you, and gives your shot an extra boost of power. This leg kick is what helps you to shoot the puck off.

Follow through

Eye contact

Pull back

Leg kick

Firm leg

review
Review

In review remember to always keep your eyes on the goal, bend your knees, roll the puck from heel to toe, and get that leg lift in for a perfect goal. LOOK, SHOOT, SCORE!!

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