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06-16-2005, 10:56 PM
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Originally Posted by synergy27
I am one of the few people I know that uses the Easton Shanahan curve. It is very flat near the heel but its curved and squared off at the toe making it really easy to roof the puck from in close. I rely heavily on wrist/snapshots as well, and I find that this pattern suits my style perfectly, but the length and squareness ends up sacrificing a bit in the stick handling department.

I've also recently been using the Bauer P12 Gagne pattern, which is quite similar to the Shanny curve if youre not an Easton guy.

I've used the Shanny curve for a long time, but switched to a Sakic about a year ago, I find the Sakic to be much better for wrist shots, more control when it leaves the toe of the blade, but that's just my opinion.

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