10-09-2012, 02:35 PM
Originally Posted by dmvincent
For faceoffs, I use the strength technique usually. Unless you have a player that is really good at faceoffs, you just wait until the referee moves his arm and get ready to win the draw.
I'm serious when I say this, I think Craig Anderson is the hardest goalie to score on in the game.
The goalies are unreal, but I love it. It makes the game much more interesting and challenging as well.
when you say "strength technique" do you mean tie up/push ahead?
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