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11-16-2006, 01:26 AM
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Blade Pattern

I'm looking to get a 2 piece and trying to figure out which blades to get.
I've used the Recchi and liked it, but I've heard horrible things about CCM blades and how they chip easy and such. Any idea which other blades I should look at that's similar to Recchi and is durable?
I've also heard that the Gagne's good for stick handling, how's the shooting from that blade?

Thanks for the help.

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Chipping and breaking are two different things. I've heard lots of good about CCM products and durability. All sticks/blades are gonna chip and get gashed from being stepped on and what not. I want to say Gagne is a standard mid curve, might be similar to a Recchi, that's a mid curve too I think, but not as deep as a Gagne.

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Recchi = Iginla = Lindros


but the recchi is the only one with a square toe.

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what does a bauer jokinen blade equal for easton

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Not 100% sure but I think the Drury is close.

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I think Jokinen equals Lidstrom. Kovalchuk equals Drury.

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I didnt think that the Jokinen was that big of a curve, I thought it was much smaller. But the p106 = lidstrom does sound familiar.

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