A wrister is a wrist shot in ice hockey, a shot made with a distinct wrist motion.
A wrist shot is a shot in ice hockey which involves primarily the wrist muscles to propel the puck using the concave side of the blade.
Wrist shot, slap shot (clapper), snap shot and backhand
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To shoot a hockey puck correctly you need to use your wrist allot and have strong arm and leg muscles. There are various ways to shoot a hockey puck one way is to bend your knees slightly, grasp the stick lightly, pul back your hockey stick WITH THE PUCK use your wrist and release using your wrist and kick you leg behind the other leg quickly. if you are unsure how to do this type of shot (wrist shot) check out this video. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NVa16eM3EUE thanks go hockey!
the types of shots in hockey are slapshot,snapshot,wrist shot,one timers there are others but these are the most common shots used
Slap Shot from the point, Wrist shot from the point, and fall down and try to make a good shot from there. It will look nice
1) Wrist shot 2) Slap shot 3) Snap shot 4) Backhand
If a hockey referee clasps his wrist he's calling a holding penalty.
Their is a slapshot, which is the most powerful shot in hockey. Its speed in the NHL can range from 80-105mph. Wrist shot is when the puck is pulled through he body launching the puck of the stick like a sling shot. A snapshot is also used as a shot, and the wrist literally snap when striking the puck. This is used for quick releases/ Also, passes are used which can look like a "Strike"
The only type of pass allowed in floor hockey is a wrist shot or a push pass only
Well my opinion is that when hockey sticks were first made they pulled a curve onto the stick and now if you want to do a wrist shot or a slapshot all you have to do is curve your hand and shoot.
Quick shot isn't an actual shot. I don't know where you heard it, but that's not an actual term. There is a wrist shot, slap shot, chip shot, and snap shot.
Stick, puck, NHL, goalie, center, winger, defenseman, referee, net, rubber biscuit, slapshot, backhand, wrist shot, snap shot, boards, and check to name a few.
There is no such thing as a "shovel" shot in hockey. This is a Mike Emrick-created expression that extends from when a player "shovels" or dumps the puck into the offensive zone, so Emrick called it a "shovel shot!" ***The shovel shot is simply using one's stick to push the puck in a desired direction. There is no rolling of the wrist to propel the puck. It is very basic and it is indeed a shot.***
There wasn't yet any recorded field hockey shot ever.
Hold the hockey stick in both hands and keep the puck/ball in contact with the blade until you reach the end of the shot and flick your wrist so the blade flicks inwards also keep your eyes on the target and when flicking the blade inwards try and flick it to the target you want the ball/puck to go.
Carson Duggar, he shot a 140 mph wrist shot in an allstar game in a junior league in Ontario. He is the best player to ever touch ice.
by flicking your wrist' and motioning your arms forward
depends on the shooter. if we are talking professional players than it would most likely be a hockey shot... especially a slap shot. but that's not saying a lacrosse shot isn't hard.
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An excellent wrist shot can achieve 80 mph, perhaps higher. An average speed of 50-60 mph is reasonable to assume.
I do not know how doctors treat a broken wrist in this century, but when I broke my wrist in the late 1990's,the doctor just gave me an X-ray and put a cast on my arm. Unless your arm was infected, there is no need for a shot.