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01-17-2013, 07:55 PM
Join Date: Mar 2011
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That would make sense, yes.
The trouble with the names as they are (were?) is you tell a beginner "try a mild curve like a Modano." But then Easton changes the name to "Forsberg" when Modano switches to Reebok. And then someone wants to know the difference between Modano and Forsberg.
Or when Easton brought back the old Shanahan curve and called it the Cammalleri, then discontinued it and renamed the Zetterberg the Cammalleri when Zetterberg went to Warrior. And now the Warrior Zetterberg is a copy of the P88.
Funny when I started playing 7-8 years ago it was always Modano, Sakic, Lindros curves...Now we talk about PM9, P92, and P88 more often. Smart move for Bauer I think.
When I started, I was ALL about the Draper!
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