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02-05-2010, 07:51 PM
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I've never had an issue recieving a pass no matter what I was using. I actually do not even remember a difference between a composite and wood when I switched from wood to composites a year ago.

Interesting that many people have such a hard time with a basic skill because of their stick.


I would also venture to say that it isn't the stick causing the problems. It may be an issue with someone being not as skilled perhaps?

Not picking on anyone, I am just legitimately curious because I did not even notice any difference at all and I am not a gifted fancy stickhandler. I'm a decent stickhandler I mean, I look like I know what I am doing in other words but it isn't my strong suit. I am a very excellent passer however and do handle the puck well. I play defense and passing is a priority as well as receiving a pass that is often a very hard pass.

I find these forums interesting for this stuff we discuss.

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