NHL player Pavel Datsyuk shoots left.
The datsyuk move. For right handed people the puck is moved to the left side of the body then all the way to the right hand side, then the puck is toe dragged back while going to the left of the and then shot into the net. For left handed people the puck is moved to the right side of the body then all the way to the left hand side, then the puck is toe dragged back while going to the right of the and then shot into the net. Hope this helped...
If you are left eye dominant then you will have to learn to shoot left handed unfortunately.
he is dominantly right-footed but can shoot with left.
Pavel Datsyuk is a Russian ice hockey "playmaking" centre who currently (2010, i don't know when someone else will read this) plays for the Detroit Red Wings. Henrik Zetterberg is a Swedish ice hockey left-winger who also plays for the Red Wings. They are both assistant captains. They are always referred to with each other because the two of them often make good plays with each other and they are on the same line. Datsyuk is often known for his great puck handling skills, along with defensive play. He is the current Frank J. Selke trophy winner (2007-2010). He has won it three times.
NHL player Will Acton shoots right.
1.Shoot the guy with red scarf. 2.Shoot the two on left plus right in head then shoot block thing above guy in middle. 3.Shoot the tyres of the car then shoot the guy with weird hat. 4. Shoot the electric box. Kill the guard on the left. Then shoot the one on the right. 5. Shoot the helicopter just right of the nose.
1) Shoot guy with red scarf 2) Shoot the object on top of the man in the middle, then shoot the right guy then the left 3) Shoot both tires on the car then shoot the guy with the hat 4) Shoot the electric box then shoot the guard starting with the right then to the left 5) shoot the nose of the helicopter
NHL player David Moss shoots left.
The same way you shoot a right handed basketball...
You shoot with your left hand. When your on the right side you shoot with your right hand, this way you have a better chance at getting then ball in and getting fouled. The trick that always worked for me is that when your going up for a layup on the left side pretend there is a string connected to your left hand and left knee.