Strong Side One Timer
Ben Eaves

The key to a quality one timer on your strong side is your lower hand. It has to be firm and dig into the ice as the puuck arrives. It is more of a re-direction so the bottom hand needs to be firmso the puck does not slide off the toe.

Key Points for the Strong Side One Timer

  • Be firm with the bottom hand.
  • Dig the heel into the ice as the puck arrives.
  • Be sure to keep the blade closed so you don't lose the puck off the toe.

One Timer

by: jeff.chapman
Wednesday, July 17, 2019 - 9:27am