The game of hockey is an addictive, visceral and highly competitive one.
It’s the ultimate social game and it’s often played in a social setting with your family and friends.
So, how do you win a game?
Well, first, you need to make sure your opponent is doing something to stop you from winning.
Secondly, you also need to play smart.
You want to make your opponents’ life miserable and you want to see as much of their body as possible.
The key is to find the right mix of moves to take your opponent out of position and make them pay.
We’ve got a great infographic to help you with that.
Here’s a quick rundown of the most common hockey moves and how you should play them correctly to win.1.
A good forecheck: The first thing you need is a good forechecking partner.
It should be a defenseman who can skate and protect your puck.
This means that you want your defenseman to get behind your goalie so that you can easily turn and face the puck.
If you are playing against a skilled opponent, a skilled goalie should be able to help with this task.
If your opponent has great mobility, you can also help by getting your goalie behind him.2.
Diving to the net: The last thing you want is your opponent to get his feet down on the ice to dive at you.
If he does this, you’re in trouble.
When you dive to the back of the net, it’s important that your goalie does the same.
Make sure he stays in the crease and not in front of your net, so you don’t let the other team gain the advantage.
You need to be able the other side of the puck and you need the goalie to be in the right position to make the save.3.
A nice hit: Another common move in hockey is a nice hit to the body.
In this case, it should be an easy shot that leaves the goalie with a big cushion.
This is where a skilled defenseman should be the one who makes the play.
You also need a good rebounder so that the goalie can get back on his heels quickly and not be too far behind the play, which can be costly.4.
The power play: If your team is going to score, it makes sense to have the puck in your own end.
If the opposing team is trying to kill the chances, you want the puck at your opponent’s end so you can get it in scoring position.
The goalies goal should be to stay up on the play and keep the puck out of the opponents’ hands.
You can also make the play by setting up your forecheck so that your teammate can easily clear the puck away from the goal.5.
The forechecker’s job: Another thing you’ll want to do is to use the forecheckers body to push the puck into the net.
This way, your team’s goal is less likely to come from a poor forecheck and you can then score a lot of goals.6.
The butterfly: If you’re not using the forechecks power play, the butterfly is a great move that can create scoring chances.
If it’s not your goal to score on a forecheck, you could also try a butterfly pass that gets the puck to your teammate.
If this works, you have a good chance of scoring the game-winning goal.7.
The pass: The passing move is also a great option for creating scoring chances in hockey.
The most important thing to remember when using this move is to not get too excited when your teammate passes the puck over your head.
The puck should be in your hands.
Keep your eyes on the puck until you get the chance to make a play.
This should allow your teammates to take a shot at the goal before you get there.8.
The breakaway: Another great move for creating chances is the breakaway.
The best way to score in this situation is to try and make a pass to your teammates.
This can be a pass that goes to a teammate in your zone, a pass over your goalie’s shoulder, or a pass through the neutral zone.
These are all good choices, but they are usually very difficult to make.9.
The backcheck: In hockey, a lot is about positioning.
If there is a gap between your forwards and the defense, you should try to make them play the other way.
The reason for this is that it allows you to score a goal and take the game away from your opponent.
A lot of times, this is where you will have the most success because you will use the puck well in order to take away the defense’s best chance at scoring.10.
The cross-check: When you are in a position to get the puck on net, try and cross your legs and take advantage of that.
If that doesn’t work, try to cross your body in order for your teammates on your wing to jump in front and block the shot. If