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06-11-2009, 12:20 PM
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Originally Posted by 190Octane View Post
I disagree with this.. the height of my slap shot varies significantly with the different types of blades I use. You're still going to have rotation of the puck from heel to toe when it's coming off your stick so if the blade is open in the mid or toe it's going to cause the shot to rise whether it's a snap, slap or wrister.
Well you're certainly entitled to an opinion. I shoot fantastic slapshots and they do NOT roll up the length of the entire blade enough for any of this to make a difference in rising a slapshot.

Wristshots yes, slapshots use up maybe 4 to 5 inches of space on a blade front ... tops. AND that is (if done correctly) between the middle part of the blade and the heel.

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