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Re: Radius

As pointed out, still open but moved an hour plus north, you can purchase extra steel and just do it via mail if you like. For me, I think Wayne at Zwicker's in Bedford, MA is just as good.

Re: Radius

I recently used bladetech, they were great.

https://bladetechhockey.com/

Re: Radius

Any way you slice it (pun?), sticking with stock steel blades is the ultimate rookie move. Better steel is the only way to go and in the long run it saves $ with many less sharpening's.

Re: Radius

anon
Any way you slice it (pun?), sticking with stock steel blades is the ultimate rookie move. Better steel is the only way to go and in the long run it saves $ with many less sharpening\'s.
Agreed. Too bad Bauer drove or bought out competitors who provide quality steel. I wish there were more options out there that were readily accessible. Their stock steel is garbage - bad quality with lots of imperfections in the steel and then that is compounded by poor sharpening technique that overheats the steel, it makes it near impossible to keep an edge on the stock stuff.

Re: Radius

anon
Any way you slice it (pun?), sticking with stock steel blades is the ultimate rookie move. Better steel is the only way to go and in the long run it saves $ with many less sharpening\'s.
Where can I find great quality steel blades?

Re: Radius

You can find him on Facebook. No Icing Sports. You can mail them and he will mail them back or drive to Newfound Lake.