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05-12-2008, 11:38 PM
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the dolomite blade has the best feel of any non wood blade I have ever used.

Pro stock dolomite shafts go for $60 and you can get two pro stock blades for $70ish total, 40 each I believe. All from hockey monkey.

I use the Milan Michalek pro stocks. It's basically a Sakic only it's less rounded, as it starts the curve it almost wedges, then evens out. Essentially the same thing, maybe elevates it even easier. You kind of grow used to that with a Sakic though.

I have a whip flex at 70 and one at 95. The 70 will flex when recieving pases occasionally and as a result I can lose control pretty easy on occasion. But its really just something you need to adjust with.

Stick with what you're comfortable with and work from there. But Warrior has done a smart thing not touching much of the Innovative stick. This things great all around. And kind of a tank at that.

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