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shea weber's trick shot from the stands

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doesnt look that hard

Have you ever tried to stand behind the goal line and fling a a puck down the surface straight in? No guarantee it goes in every time even on level ice.

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Meh, all he really had to do was shoot a puck in a straight line. For a professional hockey player, that shouldn't be too difficult. I bet every player in the league could make this shot in a few tries.

They should have put up the shoot-the-puck barrier in front of the goal, then I'd be impressed!

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Have you ever tried to stand behind the goal line and fling a a puck down the surface straight in? No guarantee it goes in every time even on level ice.

yeah i use to play lots of hockey. i would love the opportunity to try that shot

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Meh, all he really had to do was shoot a puck in a straight line. For a professional hockey player, that shouldn't be too difficult. I bet every player in the league could make this shot in a few tries.

They should have put up the shoot-the-puck barrier in front of the goal, then I'd be impressed!

he wasn't trying to impress anybody,he was just having a friendly shoot-around with country music singer and predators fan dierks bentley,they were having a good time hanging out together.

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i cant believe you guys think its that easy to make that. when you think of its trajectory, if its off one or 2 degrees its going wide. youre talking about a 5 foot wide hole on a shot about 400ft away. on top of that you have to get a lucky bounce, like weber did, for it to keep that same line. i would bet anybody on here the couldnt do it more than once ever 20 shots.

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Getzlafs went straight in, Weber got a lucky kick to the left. It's more tricky than you think to do it. You need to clear the stands then you need to clear the glass, i doubt most people on this site could do that, let alone make it into the net.

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Getzlafs went straight in, Weber got a lucky kick to the left. It's more tricky than you think to do it. You need to clear the stands then you need to clear the glass, i doubt most people on this site could do that, let alone make it into the net.

also they gotta clear the safety net, which i suppose could have been down during this video. tough to tell..

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Getzlaf did it a year and a half ago, I don't know why everyone is so impressed

Best part was "I would have painted the same thing if I knew I could turn the canvas horizontal".

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If you watch that video again there are a LOT of pucks down there. how many shots did he attempt before getting one to go in. I am pretty sure I could sit up there and fire 25 pucks and get a couple to go in.

Ok maybe there are not a LOT, I thought the black things already in the net were pucks but they look to be something else, but there are a good 4 or 5 on the ice already.

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For the one person trying to post something kind of fun, you can count on 50 people coming in to crap on it.

gotta love the internets.

If Weber were a Red Wings people would be talking about how cool it was he made that shot.

My point is, Weber should be a Red Wing. :D

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