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  1. Looking around at different curves and their properties I noticed that most curves are PXX, but then you come to the PM9. Why is it just not called the P9? Was it the original max height blade brought to retail? I am sorry if this has been asked before just wondering.
  2. So I have used MSH a lot for research with hockey gear and it has always got me on the right path with gear, so thank you to all the regulars. This question I have had a hard time with so I had to finally join. Skip to the second paragraph if you do not want the back story. I stopped playing hockey from about 2000-2007(no rink near where I moved, bad mistake). Then it was on and off until about 2012. From then on I have been playing regularly again(2-3 times a week). In 2008 I tried to move to Sweden and I left my gear with some friends thinking I would be back and that did not happen. So when I went to replace my stick I forgot what I was using last(I remember the shaft because I loved that Vapor viii)!!! So my curve search started. The first few I do not even remember because they were so off. Then it hit me, it was a Lindros! Well, old(99' 00') p88 and new are not the same. I got a dead stock off ebay and for the two weeks it lasted I was loving it, the blade length was longer, the rocker was a bit different and the curve was sallower and neutral, then the new p88. So I tried a p12, no rocker and blade was short so that did not work. Then a p38, curve was ok but the rocker was not right. Then I tried a Frontier blade I forgot what it was called but it was almost a p88 clone, lie and rocker was off. Then a pp26, rocker is nice, lie is pretty good but the curve is just to much. So I got the p38 out and shaved the bottom of the blade at the toe(rocker) to mimic the pp26. That was almost it. So the pp26 curve is not right, too deep and I like a neutral curve. Also when I go forehand backhand(full reach) I lose the puck, I'm not sure why. With the p38 after I shaved the rocker I can go full reach forehand backhand and keep control no problem. To review: P88 I lose pucks close to me because the blade does not lay flat in close like the old p88 did. More on passes and going to my backhand. P38 with a shaved rocker like a pp26 is close but I would like less of a curve and neutral but if I could fine a p38 with the blade shape of a pp26, I think it would work PP26 rocker is good but the curve is way off and I lose pucks going to my backhand but in close the blade lays flat on the ice Right now I'm using two piece with a wood blade but I need to move to a OPS. So I have been told because companies are cutting the wood blade. The only reason I use a two piece is every OPS I tried I can not feel the puck. So I hear Sher-Woods are better for that but any info on brands and models for a more wood like feel I would much appreciate. I do not even know if I'm looking for the right things in my pattern choice. Maybe I should not have the rocker and get a lower lie? I'm 6'4" and with my arms at my side my stick is a touch on the heel. I tried shortening the stick but it made everything worse, shot, stick handling, passing and receiving passes. I use my reach when stick handling, my slapshot sucks so I rarely use it, snapshot and backhand are good. So what should I try next? Also I would prefer not to have to cut my sticks to mimic the rocker. And the kicker, no LHS with a big stick selection near by(Seattle). Shooters is good but the selection is minimal and no more shooting gallery. If maybe you do not have an answer to my question but you know of a good shop that has a huge selection of sticks and a gallery to try some out that would also help(I will dive to Vancouver area or PDX). Thank you in advance
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