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05-09-2010, 05:57 PM
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Originally Posted by Khabby View Post
It could definitely be the curve of the stick. I started using a ABS zetterberg curve, Took awhile to get used to is cause there isn't much of a curve on it, but now I can pick any part of the net without a problem for wristers. But when I grab any of my other sticks say with more of heel curve with more of a open face, I roof the ball way over the net. I find if you have an open blade for ball hockey your more likely to go real high with the ball since the stick gets under it so much easier, that even with a lower follow through you still get crazy lift on the ball.

Best curves I have used for ball hockey has been the Zetterberg curve or a Nash curve that I had on a cheap TPS R1
Just got the 2010 Easton ABS with Zetterberg and i can now pull off tape-to-tapes where i couldnt before. Am still shooting way too high though

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