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07-23-2011, 07:57 PM
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BadHammy*
 
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Since wrist shots get a lot less loading and resultant power therefrom, the key is your technique. Exaggerate your wrist snap and follow through fully. The blade you use is a big factor. I saw a really in depth study some time ago that indicated the Drury was the best or one of the best patterns for a wrister. Basically, a longer blade with a moderate heel curve and a little loft was the best. I personally concur from experience and know of a lot of NHLers who appear to agree.

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