breaklouis35 Posted January 11, 2021 Share Posted January 11, 2021 With the pandemic chewing up ice time, I've been finding myself in quite a bit of a slump and can't seem to get out of it. This season a lot of our better players opted out of playing and we played most games with 6-7 skaters. I went from having an .886 (I know, not great, but when your team is defensively challenged, it's all I could do) to an .835. To me, it seems like a huge drop off. I was still doing the same things in the off season, stretching, hand-eye drills, etc. Thanks to the pandemic, I couldn't get back on the ice until our season started, so I couldn't attend any stick and puck sessions to work on skating. We would go through, sometimes, 10-12 days of no games. It was frustrating as I would feel great and feel like I'm getting back into a groove and then I don't play for two weeks. I took a break, due to a move to a new state and the pandemic shutting things down, thinking it would be nice to reset. Well, I played for the first time in a month and a half last night and got blasted. I made saves I should be making, but also letting in shots I should've been saving. Has anyone gone through this? I know it's just beer league, but I haven't won a game since March and it hasn't been fun. Thanks for any tips or advice. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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