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02-22-2009, 06:51 PM
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Towmater14
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Originally Posted by TearsOFaClown View Post
It is (mostly) just you. As the above poster mentions do what feels comfortable for you, but I can tell you that as a right hander who started shooting right and switched to left that I have better control of the puck because my top hand is stronger. The right stick just feels wrong.
OK, I AM NOT going to waste my time arguing with people here on a matter that I know that I am right about! But I really have to ask how having your stronger more controllable arm on the end of the stick that moves the least is beneficial. Lets put it this way, I have been playing and have been around hockey since I was 5 and I am now 35 I played an elite level of hockey and everybody I was friends with and still am around has or still is playing the game. What I am hearing here is just plain wrong! But whatever, you guys are right.

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