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Old June 27th, 2008, 03:09 AM
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We can use this thread for all of the multitude of blade pattern cross references. I can't build a database for all of them, but we can have a place where all of the common patterns are discussed and referenced for similarities.
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Old June 27th, 2008, 04:50 AM
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i know TBL had a huge post with a list of prostock curves, so if you could track that down and move it here that would be nice.
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Old June 27th, 2008, 06:13 AM
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Easton Sakic
Nike Bauer P92
Mission Rafalski
TPS Nash
Compro 19S
Warrior Draper
CCM 2008 Lecavalier
RBK Crosby?
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NBH PM9
TPS Tkachuk
Warrior Federov
RBK Modano
Compro 9M
Easton Forsberg
Mission Boyes
CCM Steen
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NBH PM9
TPS Tkachuk
Warrior Federov
RBK Modano
Compro 9M
Easton Forsberg
Mission Boyes
CCM Steen
fury savard
fury 17
inno old federov
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close but not clones
old jofa leclavalier longer blade
older koho amonte
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P88 NikeBauer would be similar to what in Mission?
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hossa.....
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So the mission hossa is similar to the p88 in nike bauer, what else does it compare to in other brands?
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What's similar to a Coffey curve in other brands?
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Its EXACTELY the same as an easton Sakic
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It's a pretty deep curve and it's closed, which is a rarity. Might be slightly more open than the Sherwood Coffey, by the CCM Thornton might be close.
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TPS Afinogenov is close, but the Anfiny is a touch open at the toe.
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the coffey is not like a sakic. unless ccm changed it thornton is the same, gaborik for easton and I think the smyth for warrior is close maybe a touch more of of a toe than a mid
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What would the P88 curve in NB be similar to in easton?
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What would the P88 curve in NB be similar to in easton?
Iginla,maybe .
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When I used junior sticks i always had a yzerman jr. curve. Now i use NB intermeidate sticks and i want to go back to easton. the yzerman jr. curve is different than the regular yzerman curve right??
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Yes,the regular yzerman has much more curve in composite,but in wood they are about they same.
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Yzermans are going to be tough to find on the newer easton gear, especially int's and seniors. The last yzerman I saw was on a junior st (orange).
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