wrist shot


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wrist shot

n.
A quick shot made in hockey by snapping the wrists forward when the puck is against the stick blade.
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Blaze found an answer in the final period when Josh Godfrey got a wrist shot past the screened Stephen Murphy on the powerplay - a move that pleased coach Chuck Weber as he had been urging players to get to the net to create a diversion.
He cut into the slot and beat Aaron Dell with a wrist shot from the top of the circles.
Mikael Backlund rounded off the win with a wrist shot past goaltender Alexander Salak in the third, AP reported.
Michael Bowman equalised with a wrist shot, Mikey Elder hit the Stars' second after some sustained pressure, then a speculative dump from the halfway line saw Anthony Price grab the third as it bounced over the Whitley keeper's skate.
Washington, May 30 (ANI): A team of Canadian researchers believe that they have isolated the key components of a successful wrist shot in ice hockey, which is considered to be one of the hardest skills in sports to master, by using 3-D motion capture analysis.
Simmonds, in the left circle, took the puck from teammate Brad Richardson and ripped a quick wrist shot past Danis' short side.
Roenick intercepted a poor clearance by Sandwith and his wrist shot from the slot beat Bales.
Pastrnak put a wrist shot past Grosenick from the right circle at 5:18 to give the Bruins a 1-0 lead.
en Hull got into the Coventry zone and Eric Galbraith dropped the puck to Carl Lauzon, who hit home with a wrist shot.
Milan Mihaleck put San Jose ahead with 3:46 left with three seconds left in the power play, as he redirected a wrist shot from Marc-Edouard Vlasic from the point to give the Sharks the lead.
Turgeon intercepted a pass from Sergei Zubov, skated into the Dallas zone and snapped a wrist shot under the crossbar to win it for St Louis almost six minutes into the sudden-death session.