Easton Shanahan blade..?

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  1. onetimer

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    This was my favorite blade. Noticed they are no longer made. I thought I had read that they were bringing this curve back, but under a different player name. Anyone have any info?
     
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    http://www.hockeygiant.com/bladechart.html

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    Name        Curve   Depth            Face                 Lie    Toe           Length
    Shanahan 	Mid 	    Moderate 	Slightly Open 	6 	Square 	Long
    http://www.hockeymonkey.com/easton-blades.html

    It's now has the Camalleri name on it. Most importantly, it's P2( Pattern 2 ) for Easton. Stick makers will stick whatever big name is currently in the game( or has a deal with them ) on the stick, but the pattern and pattern number remain the same. The current Zetterberg used to be Forsberg and before that was Modano
     
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    Funny you mention the Modano/Forsberg/Zetterberg (aka Bauer PM9), because now that Zetterberg left Easton THAT curve is now called the Cammalleri! You're right though that until very recently, the Cammalleri was the Shanahan clone, but I believe they once again no longer make this curve (and neither do any of the other major manufacturers AFAIK).

    onetimer, you can still probably find 2010 Cammalleri curves (the Shanahan ones, not the Zetterberg ones), but not for long as it's been discontinued again, so I'd suggest stocking up on a few sticks/blades while you can!
     
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    and now it is the camalleri. the new camalleri is no longer the shanahan like the '10 camalleri was.
     
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    And of course in real life Cammalleri uses a blade close to the Sakic. They need to just stop putting player names on the blades, it's confusing.
     
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    Wait the MODANO/FORSBERG/ZETTERBERG will now be CAMMALLERI ?

    I was at Pro Hockey Life on the weekend & saw a Cammalleri pattern in an S19 but it's nothing like the "Modano" it was definitely the old "Shanahan"
     
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    Yeah, it's a very recent change. AFAIK the Cammalleri has gone from a Shanny clone to a Forsberg clone, while the "old" Cammalleri (the Shanny clone) has been discontinued, but should still be easy enough to find since it was discontinued quite recently.
     
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    QFT :)
     
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    QFT ---- what does that mean ?
     
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