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Hi,
I’ve recently had a few weeks away from hockey due to work commitments and for some reason my shot has totally disappeared.
I didn’t have much of a shot beforehand but I was able to get alright power into my wrist shot and used to at least get it up to about glove height, since my return though I can only seem to get the power if I am shooting low (a few inches off the ice) and when I try and go top corners the puck just flutters and doesn’t really get above about knee —> Hip height.
I’ve tried looking at everything I can think of that I might be doing wrong and have been watching other people/ tuition videos and I just can’t seem to work it out.
I know its a fairly common problem for beginners but how did you guys get around it/ get past it?

Please help.
Thanks!

I didn’t find the right solution from the Internet.

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http://hfboards.mandatory.com/threads/wrist-shot-snap-shot-release.1168157/

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