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08-18-2012, 09:54 PM
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Originally Posted by Jarick View Post
No blade is flat on the bottom so you actually won't ever have the toe flat on the ice, otherwise the heel is going to be off the ice at times.
I know that what I mean more clearly is with my Sher-Wood with a lie of 5.5 it layed flatter where as the wear and tear of the blade was more even. But today with the new stick and the lie being a 5, the wear and tear was all on the heel of the blade leaving me to believe the toe was barely touching the ice, which caused me to lose the puck more often.

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