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11-27-2013, 02:55 PM
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Originally Posted by Canadiens1958 View Post
You are not fussy. You know sharpening.

Jean Roy also has Garon.

The late Jean Eudes Huard at Desmarteaux was probably the best for two generations. Taught many of the other good ones although most are no longer sharpening in Montreal having moved well out to the suburbs, The young guys who replaced Jean Eudes, headed by Nico are excellent as well.

Just off island - Laval at the Cartier Arena, Jason Beauchamp is excellent.
Im so fussy when it comes to sharpening, I get mine sharpened at a 1/2 and I know right away if they screwed it up or not.

Also a great place in montreal is seymour, he does it out of his garage in the west island off of st charles, most of the pros go to him when they are here during the summer.

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