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08-03-2012, 08:55 PM
Join Date: Mar 2008
Location: Phoenix, Az.
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Been using a neutral, closed faced toe curve (Zetterberg/Cammalleri) for the last 6-7 months. First time on the ice with a open faced heel curve (Easton Parise/Drury).
Needless to say, it felt a bit weird. I can see why people like using it though. Cupping the puck, toe drags are a lot easier. Saucer passes are a lot easier to do. Can get up a high shot really quick.
I haven't fully adapted to doing backhanders with this twig yet, but it definitely feels a lot harder to roof a backhander with this than my Cammy stick.
Exact same here.
I've been using a pm9(Malkin, Zetterberg) for about 2 years, but a got a Boedker pro-stock APX with a Drury-like crurve.
Love everyting about it, but I can't keep my slappers down, and can get a backhand up.
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