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11-14-2012, 03:36 PM
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Okay, good to know. I'd still try and stick with a PM9, P88, or P92. It just makes life easier. I spent forever dreaming up blades and curves and looking at pro stocks but it's just better to find one common curve and learn to love it, flaws and all.

I like the P92 precisely because the deeper curve lets me hold the puck on my forehand and protect it/dangle better, plus the open face helps forehand shots. I rarely use my backhand except for some passing and clearing but learned to use the P92.

P88 is a nice middle ground, but for you, I would try both the PM9 and P88 curves (when you get a chance) just to experience them. Especially since you've tried the P92.

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