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  1. PLEASE HELP!! I haven’t played hockey for about 10 years and I recently joined a league and want to use the same blade/curve that I previously had. After months and months of searching I’m starting to think this is the one thing the internet can’t help me with. BLADE/PATTERN DETAILS - •CCM VECTOR (brand) .... .... .... .. .... .... ..•FISCHER (Player Name) (Pattern) Anybody know the specs? Or the lineage of the pattern to what it is now? I JUST NEED A PICTURE OF THE CURVE! Or a way to buy it.. the exact one or an exact clone or as close to it as possible. PLEASE HELP!! Thanks for reading
  2. Ok, so in my other thread I was getting requests for possible future curves. Pro Kovalev and the classic Coffey are examples of requested curves not currently offered by Base Hockey. This thread is for customer feedback and I will definitely keep a tab on all of the requests, whether it be curve, lie option, or a modified existing curve. Here at Base Hockey, we listen to customers and welcome feedback on all levels. With that said, blade molds are not cheap and there are no guarantees that these will ever become retail. So have it, let's hear your requests. The more heavily a blade is requested, the more likely it could become a reality. Edit: Interest in this topic has lead to BASE introducing a Shanahan/P10/Kane pro. I can be contacted at the following link for ordering information.. http://www.basehockey.ca/shafts-blades
  3. PLEASE HELP!! I haven’t played hockey for about 10 years and I recently joined a league and want to use the same blade/curve that I previously had. After months and months of searching I’m starting to think this is the one thing the internet can’t help me with. BLADE/PATTERN DETAILS - •CCM VECTOR (brand) .... .... .... .. .... .... ..•FISCHER (Player Name) (Pattern) I think it’s Jiri Fischer from the Red Wings back in the day.. and I think the fact that his last name is spelled the same way as the actual “Fischer” company has added to the difficulty of finding it online. I JUST NEED A PICTURE OF THE CURVE! Or a way to buy it.. the exact one or an exact clone or as close to it as possible. PLEASE HELP!! I know I haven’t played in forever.. but I’m playing like absolute garbage. I expected my stamina to be terrible and some other things needing getting reaclimated to.. but this has been pathetic. And for someone who’s wrist and snap shot is what made me a threat on the rink.. this is just sad lol. Lastly, I’ve read other forums and topics on here and found some where they mention similar info.. but nothing concrete, no pictures.. and no way to achieve my goal in getting the blade or clone of it somehow. Email me if you like.. any help would be greatly appreciated. shadmurda@gmail.com Thanks for reading
  4. I am looking for some advice from people who use what used to be easton's drury, or similar curves, an have experience with the various clones and variations. I am particular about details, as I know many of us are, and I am interested in the differences as to what is available now, since I cannot get my hands on too many of these in person. Big curves and toe curves seem to be pretty popular these days. I am seeing a lot of clones with a lot of subtle differences. easton p6 is almost a mid curve, slightly open, farily round curve, fairly round toe. bauer p91a is a wedge, starts very early, and less curve. more like an open p9 ccm/rbk p36a is almost a blend of easton p3 and p6 warrior w05 kovalev is pretty close to easton p6, maybe a bit more of a wedge warrior p12 wisniewski looks really close, but with a square toe (which i dont mind) sherwood has quite a few that are close pp10, 20, 26, 61, but 20 which should be closest (labeled "DR") is more like a wedge than a curve I could go on, but these seem like the most popular brands and options. If anyone has experience with these, i would appreciate some input as to what is closest to easton p6 in other brands. I do most like the looks of warrior w12 and sherwood pp61, as they are a bit more curved like my old favorite p3 type curve. My history with these curves... The short version: I used p3 as a shooter's curve and had a lot of success with it. Lately my style of play has changed a little and I find myself missing the net all the time, especially high and left (right hand shot) when shooting hard. p6 blade has helped a lot lately, and i'm shooting well and stickhandling a lot better. The long version: I started playing ice several years ago (after high school) with a sakic curve (on a chrome and blue colored synergy SL) after years of roller hockey with a jagr or lemieux (all time favorite) curve. I played well with the sakic for a long time, and when that stick broke (3 years maybe) I got into a sakic wood blade on a synthesis shaft. shortly after, i got a warrior dolomite with a draper curve, a little more exaggerated than the sakic, and the 2-piece became my backup stick. for some reason, i used the backup in a game and broke the wood blade, so i went online and bought 3 more. the ones that came were all marked p3 sakic, but were actually drury curves, just mislabeled. turned out to be a happy accident, since i am loving them now. with my backup sticks an unfamiliar curve, i was looking for a new stick, and my dolomite could become a backup. i ended up finding a kronik on clearance, same curve and flex as my dolomite, so i got it an had been using it happily for a few years. but recently i have been playing a bit differently, and i have not been in love with it like i was. i decided to try the drury curve again, wood blade in the synthesis shaft, and had been playing really well with it. it cured my shooting problems, and i was stickhandling with it really well. thinking about it, the blade reminded me a lot of the old lemieux i had. so now i want to try a modern one-piece with a comparable curve, or get ready with a replacement blade for when my last wood blade breaks. I know i like the easton p6, but i do not like a lot of the clones. the only one i can find in local shops (around Boston) with any regularity is the bauer p91a, which is a lot more of a wedge and not curved enough, and with a different profile and longer too. the warrior options look great, but not very available. without hunting these down, i would love some input from compassionate drury-curve lovers. also, thanks for reading the whole post, if you did. i hope the long version helps, but ill be happy to provide any other info about me that could help.
  5. MikeWhy

    I need curve help

    So I use the backstrom curve and love it but I've been trying to stick handle faster. Now, I play roller but i don't like the mission sticks or anything. I want an ice stick. I have an apx backstrom but from what a former pro roller player whos helping me work on my stickhandling, he says since the roller puck is lighter and the ground has more friction, the open-ness of the blade will make the puck flip, which is true. I'm wondering if there are any curves that are completely closed but have a good hard toe/mid curve like the backstrom. One with a rocker would be nice but beggers cant be choosers. Thanks in advance guys.
  6. Just wondering what the actual differences are between the W12 Pavelski and the W02 Lidstrom patterns. I took a look at the 2014 catalogue pattern chart, but it says that the W12 has a round toe and is more of a mid... Not too sure how accurate that chart is. Also, is the W12 still a clone of Wisniewski's pro pattern?
  7. leonzhu

    P92 vs P14 vs P12?

    Hi everyone, I currently play with a P92 pattern on my 82flex APX (Cut down by 3"). I find that my shots are okay, although not as hard as i would like them to be. I also stickhandle decently with the P92. However, passing (especially saucers) seems to be a problem for me, my passes tend to flutter when i try to give them a bit more power. Would going to either a P14 or P12 help? I like a round toe and a small curve, slightly open face. I'm putting in the custom orders for the APX2 soon so any advice would be great. Based on the advice i get here i'll probably order up a APX to try out the curve over the summer before committing to a new curve for the next season. Thanks!


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