Glossary: Top Shelf
Players shoot top shelf by lifting the puck at close range. Top-shelf shots are very hard to stop, often whizzing by the goalie’s shoulder or head. Skim through the goalie stats at Hockey Numbers and you’ll see that most goalies save percentage drops about 10 percent when facing top-shelf shots. The percentages make it clear that practicing top shelf pays off, whatever you choose to call it.
See it in action here:
Editor's Note: Thank you to Kelly Kordes Anton for this story.
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