PARISE (Easton) pattern

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  1. GLG

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    Hey guys, does anyone use the PARISE curve? (It used to be DRURY but I guess Easton changed/updated the names on the patterns). I'm thinking of switching patterns simply because I can't seem to find any TKACHUK models out there. Wanted to get some opinions, advice about this curve. Thanks in advance, GLG

    Parise P6................. 1/2" Heel Open 5.5
    Tkachuk 007............ 1/2" Slight Heel Slightly Open 5
     
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    I use the Drury, not sure if it has since changed to the Parise. The difference is the Drury is ALOT more open. It is harder for me to pass on the fore hand but very easy to go high on the goalie. I also managed to go over the net from in the crease with it.
     
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    Parise and Drury are the exact same curve... just renamed
    The TPS equivalent would be the Perry
     
  4. GLG

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    I knew that the Drury pattern was renamed to Parise & thanks for the info on the curve
    GLG
     

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