Playoff game three, one against four and then a no look shot. Lielvārde’s Striker Mihails Kostusevs doesn’t need any excuses.
Alexander Nede did score some of the most spectacular zorro goals in floorball history. Anyways, this wonder goal seems to stand above all of them. Nede’s Helsingborg played Jönköping and the master of all tricks showed some magic in full speed and from an impossible angle.
One game and the work of a lifetime is ruined. So much time and pain and sweat. For what? For nothing. Your dreams demolished and destroyed. Now, before you make a mistake, please read this article. It might come in handy.
The rule of reflection is key to a fast transition game. When your opponent spreads over the whole field the rink might become your best teammate. This is how.
Are you looking for some great sports book to read on your next away game trip? Rather something historical or something funny? Well, here you go. We sat down and prepared a selection of the finest sports literature for floorball players. Have a nice read!
Some adore them, some hate them. Fortunately, there have been several zorro players who amazed all of us in a very special way. They were not just polishing their ego, they were deciding matches. Here are our five best wizards in floorball history
Ok, fine, Rasmus Enström is the best player on earth, we got it. But with this sick shorthanded goal he embarrasses every single Växjö player on the field. Even the ones on the bench. And the coach and the mascot and even the janitor.
To spin a nice distance shot into the goal every floorball player needs the Magnus effect. A natural force few know about and even fewer understand. Let us explain.
SPV’s Erik Härkönen scored a pretty decent between the legs goal agains Loviisa in a Finnish Salibandyliiga match. After winning a lucky one-on-one he got into a bad angle and did what you’ll try next training.
Thanks to YouTube you know what tricks are possible when going one on zero. Lukas Granelli cut a compilation of ten incredible penalties, now seen by over 800.000 people. Watch and learn.
In 2006 Tomas Kafka was named best floorball goalie in the world. Ten years later he’s still on the top of his game. How to stay up there for over twenty years and why the Czech media love to call him “detective”.
There is a reason why IBF Falun hired its first czech player. Martin Tokos’ penalty shot skills are amazing. Sweden’s Johan Rehn can explain you why.
There was a time when goalies thought it might be a bold idea to dive into a penalty. Unfortunately there are many ways to react. Patrik Jogbring went for a beautiful lob.
Storvreta’s Viktor Klintsten might be world’s best floorball goalie right now. In Riga he could become Sweden’s dealbreaker, too. FloorballMedia sampled why. Here you go with six amazing saves performed by Viktor Klintsten.
There is a reason why Martin Östholm doesn’t like unnecessary passes. There are only unnecessary passes when he holds the ball. FloorballMedia made a little selection. Our favourite is number four, because Östholm proves you can fool six players with just one run.