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09-07-2007, 05:36 PM
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blade patterns

im looking for a iginla/forsberg/st-louis/naslund/lindros/hossa/modano/draper style curve(not really open and not too much curve to it). does anyone know about ANY of these blade patterns:

Jeff Tambellini
Kaberle
Saprykin
Witt
Back
Campoli
Fiddler
Keith
Bartzchil
Korolyuk
Camenzind
Sanderson
Mellanby
Parise
Timonen
Markov(im guessing its danil)

would any of these fit my criteria for blades(see above)??

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http://www.hockeymonkey.com/nhl-east...k-pattern.html

Idk if that helps but they have a ton of curves and the closest models to them.

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http://www.hockeymonkey.com/nhl-east...k-pattern.html

Idk if that helps but they have a ton of curves and the closest models to them.
nah those are for easton sticks, the curves i mentionned are for a dolomite.thanks anyways though.

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Kaberle should be in your range. A little curve and a little loft, but not a ton of each. Definately more toned down than a St. Louis/Naslund, but a bit more than Forsberg.

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not too picky are you?

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nah those are for easton sticks, the curves i mentionned are for a dolomite.thanks anyways though.

http://www.hockeymonkey.com/pro-warr...ern-chart.html

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not too picky are you?
well i dont know anything about any of thoses curves so i wont buy a stick online if i dont know the blade pattern. the names i mentionned i mentionned in my first post are all the ones who are in my flex range(85-95).

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what do you like, it would help narrow it down a LOT. Flex is important but so is the curve and maybe more importantly the lie.

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im looking for a iginla/forsberg/st-louis/naslund/lindros/hossa/modano/draper style curve(not really open and not too much curve to it). does anyone know about ANY of these blade patterns:

Jeff Tambellini
Kaberle
Saprykin
Witt
Back
Campoli
Fiddler
Keith
Bartzchil
Korolyuk
Camenzind
Sanderson
Mellanby
Parise
Timonen
Markov(im guessing its danil)

would any of these fit my criteria for blades(see above)??
I assume you are talking pro stock. Use this link below and search the database for the listed patterns.

http://s194614808.onlinehome.us/gallery2/main.php

Link courtesy of one of the good people over at Mod Squad Hockey.

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That still gets on my nerves, he puts a stamp on my picture and doesn't even bother to credit me with the picture.

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