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01-19-2011, 12:32 AM
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Was interesting that the guy said he has noticed patterns of left/Right handed players in different regions. The US was predominantly RH, while a lot of Canada was more Lefty, except Montreal area. was just interesting.
I'm not familiar with that brand of stick, but the answer to that is simple: In Canada, coaches tend to teach their kids to keep their dominant hand on top of the stick, the opposite being true here in the states. Since 85ish% of the population is right handed, there is your answer.
Of course, this isn't set in stone- people do different things on both sides of the border.
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