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12-21-2011, 05:20 PM
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Originally Posted by ALF AmericanLionsFan View Post
Then my question turns to lie as mentioned they seem to be different from company to company. How can I tell which one has the closest lie to the iginla? Iginla listed as 5.5 and the datsyuk a six and the hedman a five. But the datsyuk has a lower lie? I'd like to stay with as close to the iginla as possible. The lie has me thrown off with that. Thanks for all the responses. I know it can be a pain,but I really want to make sure I'm making the right decsion.
Compare them side by side in a shop. Hold them with the shafts perfectly in line, and look at how the angle the blades are at differs, as well as how the rockers differ. If you've used the Iginla a lot, you should have a good idea of where you put the most pressure along the bottom of the blade, and should be able to get a good idea of whether you'd be pressuring a similar spot with these curves.

Also, if the Iginla curve is perfect for you, why not just get an Easton stick?

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