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02-15-2010, 04:45 PM
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saucer passing blade

i am looking for a blade pattern that is ideal for saucer passing and puck control, any ideas

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Sakic curve might work for you. I know guys who have trouble not saucering passes with it.

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Sakic curve might work for you. I know guys who have trouble not saucering passes with it.
Yeah, since passes generally need to be kept down more than up, the Sakic can cause a problem with it.

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Bauer's P106 Gagne

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I chuck sauce with a PM9.

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I chuck sauce with a PM9.
I have a PM9 Bauer One90 blade and unfortunately it is a 5 lie which sucks for me but i use it sometimes as I use a long stick and the bottom has a big rocker and a round toe.

.... but yeah a good saucier fer sher. I use a Lidstrom / Getzlaf type curve which sauces by accident really almost. I would only recommend it for an experieinced player though because it is a tough blade pattern to master.

It is a good saucier though.

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go with a closed blade. just cause its a sauce doesnt mean you need an open blade. if you know how to sauce a close straighter blade is probably easier and wont flutter

try like a pm9, iginla, zetterberg, fedorov, crosby or something like one of these....

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