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10-21-2013, 05:25 PM
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Nope, some companies are taking away lie numbers because consumers are getting confused. Every brand measures it differently. You'd have the exact same curve (clone) like the P92/Sakic/Hall/P87A/RNH/W03 etc. but Warrior would label theirs a lie 5 with a 4 also available, Easton would label theirs a 5.5, Bauer a 6 etc. And then scale down for JR sticks.

Everyone should completely do away with numbers and just focus on optimizing stick length and eyeballing how the blade sits when on skates and in an athletic position.

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