How to do the Chip Deke in NHL 21

NHL 21 has finally arrived and players are going to be rushing to learn the strongest moves to get the puck into the back of the net. There's a lot to learn in these game, and some of the moves are a bit more difficult than others. If you want to be on the top of your Hockey game, then one of the moves you will want to have in your arsenal is the Chip Deke. While the idea behind it is relatively simple, the actual execution of the move can be hard to pull off, particularly if you are in a tense gameplay situation!

Let's learn how to complete the chip deke:

To do the forehand chip deke, you will need to first understand what hand your player favors. If they are a left-handed player, then you will need to pull the right stick to the bottom left, which will pull the puck behind your stick. Once you have the puck behind, you will then need to hold L1 or LB and then roll the right stick to the top left. If you've done this in a smooth action, you should perform the deke. Now, if you are using a right-handed player, then you will to the same thing but in the opposite direction. Pull the puck behind the stick by placing the right stick to the bottom right, hold L1 or LB, and then roll the right stick to the top right to complete the move.

If you're having a tough time replicating the move, then make sure to practice this in a mode where it's just you and the puck. You will also want to repeat the movements over and over until you get the muscle memory down. One issue players might have is that they fail to control the puck. This might be because your momentum isn't going in the right direction. Make sure you are moving the left stick in the direction of where you are attempting to perform the deke.

If you're still struggling with making this move, then check out the following video:

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