Tuesday, October 6, 2009
One timers come fast so you need to be ready to make a big save. Once the pass has been made you can usually see where the puck is going and if the shooter will one time it. If you see that his stick is up in the air, it probably means he is going to one time it. In this case you want to get on your angle before the shot has been taken. There usually isn't much time to react so you want to come out to the top of your crease or even just a little bit higher. Make sure that your hands are in front of your body and stay compact so that the puck doesn't slip through you.