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07-16-2009, 03:18 PM
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I think that you guys are arguing basically the same point. If you picked a blade that you have trouble controlling your shot, you need to work out your shot mechanics. IDEALLY, you should be able to control your shot with any blade. This is however not the truth for a lot of guys out there. Some need the added curve to aid their shot. Not everyone wants to invest the time in getting their mechanics worked out; they just want to roof the puck like they see the pros do it. Its their decision, and ultimately they are hurting their own game.

To answer this guys question, pick a curve that is open with a toe or mid curve, or something along those lines. The curves mentioned above are good examples of this type of blade.

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