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12-08-2012, 05:57 PM
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TieClark
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Originally Posted by hyster110 View Post
not at all, you have your stone set at a certain radius, say 1/2, and after a few passes it will start shaving the whole width of the blade, making the radius a maximum of 1/2.
I'm not sure if you sharpen skates or not, but take a look at goalie skate sharpened at 1/2" and compare it to a players skate. It's far more drastic because the blade is wider.

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Originally Posted by Imaginary Threats View Post
He didn't say what level. He could just be meaning juniors in general i.e teenagers. They could be junior A or junior C or even house players.
Junior in Canada means either CHL (OHL, WHL, QMJHL) or Junior A-D. Minor hockey would be house players

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