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Any comparables to the Koho Jagr curve?

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04-18-2010, 12:55 AM
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Any comparables to the Koho Jagr curve?

Hey guys - I bought a great stick a couple years back. Warrior johnson shaft with the koho jagr curve, but unfortunately it broke so I need to buy a new one.

Question - are there are any curves out there on the market similar to the Jagr curve? I find that I love the big heel curve like that, but I can't seem to find something similar. The easton Sakic curve is OK, but it's still not a Jagr.

I would be interested in buying a one piece stick with the curve, but if I need to buy the blade separately then I guess that would be OK too.

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i can only vaguely recall the jagr curve, but if it's as i remembered, maybe a bauer pm9 or easton zetterberg? or a rbk p34?

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I also loved the Jagr curve, but its pretty much only found on low-end one pieces. I switched to a sherwood Spezza curve. Same big heel curve, but slightly open instead of closed and also a different lie I believe.

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The jagr curve is the shizz!!!

I remember way back I used to always get the Koho wood stick with the jagr curve for street hockey.

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Sherwood Coffey is the closest I can think of. Easton is starting the Gaborik up on the SE16 again, that's the old Yzerman. You can ask your shop to order one of those for you.

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The Jagr is a mid-heel with a 6 lie and "closed" face. The closest is the Datsyuk... but a transition to a Recchi/Tavares shouldn't be too difficult.

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