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11-09-2011, 08:22 AM
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That could only result as a consequence of excessive wear and tear on that section of the blade. It could be that the lie is too high in that more of the heel comes into contact with the ice as opposed to the entire blade equally. It could be that your heel hits the ice first when you're shooting or it could be that you're just tapping the ice a lot calling for passes. Who knows?

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