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01-22-2007, 02:46 PM
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Originally Posted by TBLfan View Post
well the nash has a lower lie, although not by much. Check to see where you're getting wear on the bottom of the blade maybe the lie is too low for you so that you'd not getting good contact with the puck. If everything seems ok with that it might be the flex of the stick, my guess would be that if that is the case you got a stiffer stick and you need to get a whippier one.

Actually now that I think of it, you say your passes are better with it. Are you talking about passes along the ice or saucer passes? If you can get a better saucer pass then I don't see why you can't shoot. If it's hard and along the ice you might have an issue with the actual curve of the blade.
The lie's fine, and my compostie stick has more flex than my wooden stick. Passes along the ice. I cant saucer pass, ive been playing hockey for less than a year.

Originally Posted by redlighthockey
Or he could shoot off of his opposite leg and get some weight on the stick?
Thats not a bad idea, i might try that. BTW just to let everyone know... im a girl

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