Two piece stick

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  1. JonathanK

    JonathanK McOptimistic

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    I am soon going to be purchasing a two piece stick. I am thinking about either a Synthesis with one of the Synthesis blades or an R2 with one of the Response blades. which one should I get and with which curve. (BTW I am not a toe curve fan, nor a huge curve fan. Also, I play Right Wing. :help:
     
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    The Easton Modano/Forsberg or the TPS Tkachuk looks like its what you're looking, not a huge curve, and not a toe (heel curve). Hope this helps
     
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    Thanks. :)
     
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    THANKS.
     
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    Oh Crap. I did it again.
     
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    dont take someones opinion on sticks. what works for them might not feel comfortable to you. see what your friends are using and take a couple of shots to see what feels good.
     
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