Googled him (first thing that comes up is a 14 year old who got murdered ) and it probably is him, Acevedo isn't a popular hockey name. But the number on the sticks isn't the one he had with the Monarchs so it's probably from his Kitchener days. Either way I thought it was just some kid from junior a or something, not an actual pro.
No wonder they're so good.
Try Justin Azevedo, and he was number 15 in kitchener.
I feel the same way ... box shafts feel awful to me now. They feel huge after getting used to the grip of the concave. Great grip for shooting too imho.
I'm not sure what you mean by double concave, you mean all 4 sides right? If so I do NOT use that, just the two sides.
Nah, "double concave" is just how they describe it in their marketing jive. I assume the "double" just means both of the larger walls. I agree regular sticks just feel huge to me now and it is a great grip for shooting (especially with the tactile grip on the corners) but I also feel like the concave walls give a better feel for the puck overall and make stick handling just that much more intuitive. I don't have a huge slapper and I noticed that the X:60 has the concave walls as well but I couldn't bring myself to change sticks... I just like the One95 too much.
Big fan of the One95 here as well. I use the P88 pattern, but would really like to try the P10 or P14, but the only place you can get it is through the mybauer deal and I'm not ready to drop $200 on a stick to "try" it. I wish you could get a blade with that profile to try it in a shaft for a lot less money before buying.
I do love my Easton Synergy II grip shafts and Warrior Dolomite shafts are ok. I really like my old Dolomite 2 blade and my Harrow #4 blade. I'm looking to get either a Harrow #5 blade or a Christian #5, same curve (Iginla) BTW, blade for the best feel for playing center next year.
Unfortunately the only way to try a P10 is to get an X60 or One95 from the mybauer site. I really want to try the P10 as well, but not ready to drop $200 on a stick to try it out. I wish there was another way.