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09-16-2008, 08:40 PM
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Dolomite SPYNE technology

I seen this stick on the back on the new USA hockey mag i got the other day. anybody use the Kronik with SPYNE technology if so does it help at all or do anything? i used a dolo a few times in warmups and wanted one but the TPS didnt break yet.

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They just put Spyne technology in the Dolo for this year?

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OMG I want a CCM Catipult. I saw thsi Dolomite stuff but it's cool. I like the Catipult alot better. Buy it. Trust me.

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I've heard bad things, but I'm kind of curious to know how it plays. They claim it's a lot stiffer, even though Dolomite blades are the stiffest I've ever used.

I wonder if there's any kind of science behind weighted blades? Like how golf clubs have odd hollows and what not. Maybe more mass behind the puck would mean a harder shot, but I don't know.

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It's all hype. The Kronik sucked, the blade was the weak point of the stick.

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i loved my Kronik but it broke in a week. It was a still flex too. Broke right above the blade.
Im using the new vector u+ thing now, and its an amazing stick from what ive noticed so far. Really low kick point and little to no blade flexing.
Ive used almost every stick under the sun, and i think im a pretty good judge of whats good or not lol.

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Warrior proves using 5 year old technology works, as long as you have a good marketing company behind it. I guess they ran out of ideas for ads and wanted to do something new.

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