NEW YORK - There are a myriad of skills on display at any given point in a hockey game.
Some stand out more than others.
A laser precision one-timer shot. A deft backhand pass through the slot. A dazzling stickhandling move around a defenseman.
Blocking shots is a skill. Glove saves. Wall work.
There are plenty of more subtle skills, such as knowing how to read a play and pinch off a puck. Or using a stick to check a puck off an attacker player.
When it comes to defenseman, there are many skill sets one might posses, including shooting from the point. Normally, one might think about a big sla...
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