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07-28-2007, 02:09 PM
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Backstrom #19
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Originally Posted by Devs View Post
Tried them, but a 4.5 lie still gives me better results. The reason why I'm leaning towards a Weight curve is because its also a 4.5 lie. There's also a 4 lie Symth, and a 4 lie Federov.

The Leclair has a mid curve, moderate depth, and a slightly open face, while the Weight has a heel curve, moderate depth, and an open face. What are the practical differences I should expect in my wrist shot, slap shot, and stick handling?

I'm also looking at some 'Pro Stock' sticks. Other than not having a warrenty, what makes them different? Thanks again for any help


I use a heel curve and love it, it's good for wrist shots from far away, and it good on the backhand, the open face makes it where you can lift the puck. You would just have to get used to a heel curve, it doesn't take that long.

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