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Time Machine: Kaberle Curve

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12-02-2009, 06:32 PM
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Time Machine: Kaberle Curve

First of all, I'd like to pat myself on the back for my first post on the forums. Feel kind of bad that my first is a request, but oh well haha.

Anyone remember that dirty T. Kaberle curve? I think they stopped making them in 2006. Man, did I love that thing. Sure, it had uncontrollable accuracy, but my shot has never been the same since I broke mine. I'm going to pick up a new twig sometime this week, and was wondering if any curve took the place of the Kaberle after it left? Or maybe you can just reccomend a similar pattern from another brand.

If you can help me out, I'll love you forever.

EDIT: I'm referring to his CCM pattern. I'm not sure if it's similar to the one he's using now or not.


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This is why everyone should know the the curve depth, type of curve and amount of loft on there blades. It makes it easier to find a new model if you have too.

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This is why everyone should know the the curve depth, type of curve and amount of loft on there blades. It makes it easier to find a new model if you have too.
Yeah, I hear you. All I recall is it was a heel with a square toe (correct me if I'm wrong). Wish I wasn't so oblivious to his information back when. I'm looking through the pattern chart on hockeymonkey right now and see a few possible options. Trial and error I guess.

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If you are right handed and can use an intermediate (75 flex) stick, I know where you can find a ccm v110 with the kaberle curve. If not, if you google "ccm kaberle curve," there is a thread on mod squad hockey about it.

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If you like a decent amount of curve, give the Lecavalier one a go. Should be close to what you are looking for.


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