bfast Posted November 17, 2018 Share Posted November 17, 2018 Not sure if this is the right place but whatever. Basically I've noticed during games I focus a lot on the score of the game and I feel like its affecting my play. During practice most of my focus is on stopping the puck and I feel very confident in practice and play a lot better than during a game. But as soon as I am put in a game situation I overthink everything and don't feel very confident.. Lets say my team is up 5-3 I am constantly thinking about how its only 2 goals and every catastrophic thing that could possibly go wrong. Anybody have any "confidence boosters" they do before games or anything they do to stay focused on just stopping the puck and nothing else? My season is off to a pretty rough start (10-0L) (8-6W) so I want to get over these mental games so I can play my best! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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