A reverse toe drag, or "RTD", is one of the most challenging moves in hockey. Similar to a toe drag, one uses the toe of the hockey blade to dangle a hockey puck. Disimilar to a toe drag, a reverse toe drag uses the back hand side of the blade. This contorts ones wrist and makes protecting oneself from a fatal hit difficult. In addition, retaining the puck and maintaing control is very hard.

Most attempts to successfully preform a RTD are met by a firm shoulder.
When done properly, a jock may be found on the ice near the scene of the dangle.
Did you see Petry trip over himself when Kane dangled him?
-No! What happened?
Reverse toe drag between the legs.
-Petry needs practice.
by Doctor Dangles December 25, 2013

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