1. First question, an easy one - how do you do tip-ins?
2. This kind of ties in to #3 possibly, but how do you pass effectively? I find that when I'm trying to do a long pass, say to set up a potential 2-on-1, it sometimes goes a bit off.
3. One-timers. I can never get them down. Either I completely fan on the pass, or it just seems like my one-timers aren't as crisp. Like I said, maybe I'm not just getting the passing right. I heard that if you press L2? or something while shooting, it makes it more effective.
#2tripZ504Posted 1/21/2013 1:05:48 AM
Tip in are a matter of being in the right place at the right time.
Passing .... I don't know what to say. Somedays it's on some bits off
One timers seem a lot different than 12. I can get my D to hit them all day but my forwards miss more then they hit. L2 works for OTP as it will face you up with the puck but can cause you to get stuck --- YouTube - tripz504