Make Your Mark on the Draw
Each draw is unique. Each draw is different in the world of women’s lacrosse. And the game mostly revolves around who wins it. Most of you men out there reading this probably do not even know what a draw is. It is the women’s version of a face-off in the men’s lax world. Instead of it being on the ground, it is in the air. So instead of seeing who can pounce on the ball first, each player gets to provide a even weight onto the ball while holding it firmly into place, of course in the first quadrant of both players’ sticks. There are many different ways a draw can happen and the key to a successful draw is to get the ball to either your attacking side or specifically placing the ball into a specific teammates stick and so forth. It is all about the placement which not a lot of people really realize. With that, you can either push or pull the ball, too, while still figuring out what your opposer is doing, too. With everything go through your mind, it’s hard to figure out the best option. STX makes this a little easier for those who do this tough job.
STX’s new and exclusive technology in their Exult 500, allows you to become unbeatable on the draw and makes you think less about one more thing. It is the perfect midfielder/draw head for anyone in this position. With its C-Channel Technology, it provides extra strength and flexibility for checking and ground balls, something that happens a lot in the midfield. More durability, the better. Another cool thing about this head, that is only on the particular head and the Cruxi (the new international head), is that it has a new string lock technology that allows you to set your head and lock it place to prevent and bagging while you are playing, especially in the rain. This means no more illegal sticks. Ever.
With its 10° technology, it drives the ball to its sweet spot of the stick for the quickest release possible and amazing ball feel. On the back of the head, which is specific for the draw, there are two extra edges to help get underneath the ball. That helps you pull or push the ball in your favor. With all of this new technology, it will definitely help raise anyone’s game while still have the most minimal sidewall height, letting you have the deepest legal pocket possible. Now coming in custom strung colors, you can have the stringing and head you want with the design that you want.
【How-to】How to draw a lacrosse stick
How do you draw a lacrosse helmet?
How do you draw a girl in lacrosse?
What’s the best lacrosse stick for beginners?
Best Beginner Lacrosse Sticks
- Maverik Charger Complete Attack – Best Lacrosse Stick For Beginners.
- Warrior Evo Warp Junior Lacrosse – Best Lacrosse Sticks for Beginners.
- STK Lacrosse Fortress 300 Girls Complete Stick.
- STX Stallion 550 Junior Attack Complete Stick.
- Signature Lacrosse Junior Stick For Girls and Boys.
How short can a lacrosse stick be?
Stick length measurements refers to the combined head and shaft length. Attack and midfielders need a short stick measuring between 40 and 42 inches. Defensive and midfield players should try a longer shaft of 52 to 72 inches. Goalies can have a stick between 40 and 72 inches based on their preference.
What is an illegal lacrosse stick?
What is a lacrosse ball called?
If the highest point of the head is more than 2 3/4 inches off the table, then your stick is illegal. Refs will also look for relative straightness in other directions. There are also measurement tests to see if your lacrosse head and shaft are legal.
Do lacrosse balls hurt?
What does tilt mean in lacrosse?
PEARL lacrosse balls are the official ball of the United States men’s national lacrosse team and US Lacrosse, the national governing body. Brine is the exclusive supplier of lacrosse balls to Major League Lacrosse.
Can u kick the ball in lacrosse?
That Hit’s Going to Leave a Mark! Most of us have said this while watching a lacrosse game or practice when a player gets hit with an errant pass or shot. Hard rubber lacrosse balls hurt when they hit you — and yes, they do leave a mark.
What is the 3 second rule in lacrosse?
Tilt: A commonly used term in lacrosse meaning how low your helmet sits on your ear. No tilt means u look out of the middle or even lowest gap. Mad tilt means you look out of the top gap.
Is hitting legal in lacrosse?
Yes, in Men’s and Women’s lacrosse, you are allowed to kick the lacrosse ball into the goal. A Lacrosse Shot is a lacrosse ball leaving youth lacrosse stick but kicking a ball is a legal way to score a goal.
What is a cross check in lacrosse?
As you might imagine, the three–second rule gives offensive players three seconds to do one of two things: pass the ball or change her cradle, which is the manner in which she’s holding the ball. If the offensive player isn’t able to adhere to this rule, the referee will award the defensive team with a free position.
What is not allowed in lacrosse?
If you are trying to stick check, but hit the body by accident it will generally not be called as a slash, unless it is violent. This shouldn’t really be called unless it is intentional. Tripping a player in anyway with your body or stick is illegal. A legal lax hit that is considered reckless or violent.
What checks are legal in lacrosse?
Rule 5.2: “A player may not check his opponent with his crosse in a cross–check position. That is, a check with that part of the handle of the crosse that is between the player’s hands, either by thrusting away from the body or by holding it extended from the body.”
What does cradling mean in lacrosse?
Opposing players are not allowed to make contact with any part of a goaltender within his crease. Offensive players are not allowed to step foot in the crease at any time. Defensive players with or without the ball may pass through the crease but are not allowed to attempt to block a shot from within the crease.
Do girls cradle in lacrosse?
Cradling is using the movement of the stick to maintain possession of the ball without it falling out. Cradling is essential to being able to move around the field while protecting and handling the ball.
What skills do you need to play lacrosse?
The Art of Lacrosse – College Crosse
It wasn’t all that long ago that I met two men who truly define what the saying “art of lacrosse” really mean. Alf Jacques and Vincent Ricasio are two men who have kept the sport of lacrosse alive in two different ways, all bound together by the word art.
Jacques is known as the “Stick maker of the Iroquois” and one of the few people left still making authentic wooden lacrosse sticks. The time and effort Jacques puts into making a stick is truly an art form and is something one must see in person to truly understand how much this means to Jacques. He puts his heart and soul into every stick. That could be why it takes him months to make just one stick.
As for Ricasio, he has been drawing up some of the most authentic lacrosse portraits ever since he graduated college. It wasn’t until his lacrosse teammates asked the question, “Vinnie, is your artwork for sale?” that he started to sell his most prized possessions.
Ricasio is a graduate of the Pratt Institute of Art and Design in Brooklyn, New York. An avid lacrosse player and fan, Ricasio combined his love for the sport with his ability to draw and has started his own website and business, “The Art of Lax.” Below, find a painting Ricasio did for former Colgate Red Raider and current MLL face-off great Chris Eck, fittingly titled, ‘The Eck Factor.”
I will be catching up with Ricasio in the coming month and will have more on his upcoming paintings. As for Jacques, if you ever get a chance to meet him or listen to him speak about the sport of lacrosse and the art of making sticks, dont take it for granted. The man is a legend when it comes to wood stick making and knows more about the “medicine game” and what it truly means to him and his family than any textbook or website will tell you.
The Medicine Game Trailer – SD from Lukas Korver on Vimeo.
**I apologize to everyone for taking pretty much the summer off from blogging. Something came up that gave me close to zero time to blog and write about the sport I love. I am truly sorry and look to get my readership back up as fall ball gets under way in coming days and weeks. With that being said, I will be excited to introduce another writer to the site, one who will help me cover Women’s college lacrosse and give her take and thoughts on the women’s NCAA game.
Thanks for following and sticking with us.
Traditional Thursday: 1907 Wooden Lacrosse Stick
The 1907 Wooden Lacrosse Stick is something extremely special. It’s incredibly rare, important to the history of the game as far as patents go, and it’s a serious piece of art work! Welcome to Traditional Thursday!
At the end of July, I wrote a post about patents in lacrosse, specifically on how patents could change the waxed mesh industry, and how they had impacted the offset head industry. Part of this post hit on the long history of patents in lacrosse, and one that was mentioned was a 1907 stick patent.
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Within a couple days of the post going up, the one and only Brad Fitzpatrick hit me up via twitter and told me he actually owned that 1907 wooden lacrosse stick, and would send me photos. Needless to say, I was thrilled to see one that wasn’t just a drawing. This was real lacrosse stick, well over 100 years old, and it was one of the original patented products in lacrosse!
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Here is a little more info on this stick, directly from Fitzie:
This 1907 wooden lacrosse stick, and another like it, were bought at a local yard sale by my Father-in-law, long before I came into the picture. He took them to our local wood stick guru (who I’ve mentioned before) to have them redone. This stick had a 100% raw hide pocket and gut wall so, that’s what he put back in. The entire string job, minus the small guard across the bottom of the pocket, is one piece of rawhide… all of it. He certainly knows what he is doing as it is no easy task to do that with one continuous piece. The guru kept the other stick as payment for the string job on both. I saw it still hanging on the wall at his place just a couple of days ago.
Just when I thought this story couldn’t get any cooler, it did. Families handing down sticks to one another, legendary wooden stick gurus, payment via trade instead of cash, and a whole lot of history. What’s not to love?
If you’re REALLY into patent law, check out the text from the full 1907 patent below. It’s definitely eye opening if you consider yourself a stringer!
1907 Wooden Lacrosse Stick Patent
No. 891,813. PATENTED JUNE 30, 1908. D. CEEL.
APPLICATION FILED J LY 5,1907.
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5 ‘L/ I v THE NORRIS PETERS ca, WASHINGTON, u. c
No. 891,813. PATENTED JUNEBO, 1908.
LACROSSE STICK. APPLICATION FILED JULY 5, 1907.
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DEOAIRE OEEL, OF CAUGHNAWAGA, QUEBEC, CANADA.
Specification of Letters Patent.
Patented June 30, 1908.
Application filed July 5, 1907. Serial No. 382,179.
To all whom it may concern:
Be it known that I, DECAIRE GEEL, of Caughnawaga, in the county of Laprairie, in the Province of Quebec, Canada, have invented certain new and useful Improvements in Lacrosse-Sticks, of which the following is a specification.
My invention relates to improvements in lacrosse sticks, and the objects of my invention are: firstly, to improve the construction of the wooden frame by strengthening it and lightening it at certain points; secondly, to improve the construction of the wooden frame so as to maintain the guard in such position that it will not be materially displaced; thirdly, to lock the upright supports for the guard members to the top -guard member in such a manner as to maintain the said guard-members always in proper position; fourthly, to so lace the guard as to prevent the’ guard from material displacement, and fifthly, to improve the construction of the wooden-frame so as to form a positive pocket in the head of the lacrosse stick so that the ball may be positively caught therein.
The construction of my lacrosse stick will be hereinafter fully set forth.
Figures 1 and 2 are perspective views of my lacrosse stick. Fig. 3, is a front side elevation of same. Fig. 1, is a detail view of portion of the wooden frame. Figs. 5 and 6 are rear and front perspective views of two uprights for supporting the guard-members Figs. 7, 8 and 9 are respectively cross-sections on the lines ab, c-d, and e f, Fig. 1. Fig. 10, is a perspective view of my lacrosse stick showing an alternative form of means for tightening the members of the guard. Fig. 11, is a view of a portion of a lacrosse stick showing my improved construction of frame for forming a positive-pocket in the lower portion of the head of the lacrosse stick, and Fig. 12 is an enlarged perspective view of an improved method of lacing the cross members of the netting to the longitudinal members.
In the drawings like characters of reference indicate corresponding parts in each figure.
It is well known that in connection with lacrosse sticks, players often find that the guard-members are not thoroughly reliable and thus are apt to be displaced and not hold the ball securely in place; now I construct the lacrosse stick so that it may be light and strong and yet at the same time maintain the guard-members in such position that they cannot be materially displaced.
The top edge A of the back B of the lacrosse stick is extended beyond the point as shown at C where the upper guard-member D rests upon said top edge A, and far enough so as to prevent said upper guard-member D, from displacement suflicient to destroy the efiiciency of the guard E which is composed of said upper guard-member together with the lower guard-member F and the intermediate guard-member Gr. Of course the upper guard member D is passed through any suitable hole H formed in the handle I and in such position that when the upper guard-member D is passed therethrough and made taut, it will always rest upon the top edge A of the back B in the position shown in Figs. 1, 2, and 3. The intermediate guard-member G is passed through a hole 3 made in the lacrosse stick some distance from the hole H so that the said intermediate guard-member will occu y a position extending outward beyond t e guard-members D and F, thereby giving the guard the inward-set position shown particularly in Figs. 1 and 11, thus making the guard-members D and G overhang the netting forming the lacrosse-head. In place of using the hole 3, I may attach the intermediate guard-member G to the lacrosse stick by means of any suitable loop 4 which passes through a loop 5 formed in the end of the guard-member G: this construction just described is a very convenient one for tightening the guard-members when they become loose.
The toe J of the lacrosse stick is shaped substantially as shown in the drawings, and upon referring to Fig. 3 particularly, it will be seen that said toe extends above the netting, thus placing its corner 7′ in such position in relation to the point C on the top edge Aof the back B (that is to say, the point or position on said top edge A against which the upper guard-member D rests) that the upper guard-member D (which passes through the hole K in said toe) will be held by said toe so that the upper guard-member D will always be maintained in such position that it cannot ordinarily be moved thereoutof, and thus maintain the proper position of the guard E. The upper guardmember D is preferably passed over the corner 3′ of the toe J Upon referring to Fig.
4 it will be seen that the bend of the toe J (when the back B is in the position shown in this figure) will be preferably within the portion L of said toe which is really the point where it extends from the bend or elbow M of the lip N which in turn extends from the back B through the bend or elbow O of said back. Therefore, it will be understood that the toe J besides extending above the netting .also preferably extends towards the back B. I am aware that lacrosse sticks now made are provided with these toes, but same are not given the same shape and position as mine so that. it will cooperate with a certain point on the top edge A of the back B so as to maintain the guard E in such position that it cannot be materially displaced. Lacrosse players find it very exasperating when they cannot depend upon the permanency of the guard. Now by means of the construction shown and described in the drawings, it will be understood that the guard-member D will be positively supported at both ends by the frame of the lacrosse stick in addition to thefact that it is anchored thereto by the holes K and H. Supporting the upper guard-member D as described will insure the other members F and G being held in proper position.
In order to prevent the lacrosse stick from breaking where the back B extends from the handle I, I make it stout or thick at the portion a and so place the hole H therein that it will not materially weaken thestick at this point. For the same purpose I increase the thickness of the wood at the bends or elbows M and O as shown at b and 0 (Figs. 7 and 9) forming the lip N between these bends or elbows shallower as shown at d (Fig. 8), thus so distributing the weight and thickness of the wood as to strengthen the stick at the points required and lighten it at other points. When the guard E is tightened up it will be understood that the lipN will’more or less bend, causing increased force to act upon the bends or elbows M and O, and by so strengthening same as before described and not unduly weakening the lip N by reducing the thickness of wood as before described, I prevent the breaking of the lacrosse stick at these. particular points under ordinary usage. By giving the toe J the pronounced bend as before described, I prevent same from being appreciably moved out of these positions when the guard E is tightened up.
The netting passed through the different holes 46 is made of the ordinary gut or thongs,
woven or held in relation to each other after any suitable manner. I may use any suit able intermediate guard-supports in connection with the guard E, but I prefer touse the guard-supports I am about to describe, as I find that the peculiar way in which they are locked to the upper guard-member D of the ports Z are constructed preferably of onestrand n of gut or any other suitable material which is twisted around itself as shown in the drawings, and as is usual in connection with lacrosse manufacture, so that the intermediate guard-member G and lower guardmember F may be supported thereby, as shown at 2 and 3 (Fig. 5). The strand n is further coiled or looped around the longitudinal member m of the netting which is laced to the lacrosse stick afterany suitable man ner. This strand n is also passed around the upper guard-member D so as to provide two loops p and g and a third loop 1′ which passes between the twisted parts of said strand n after the manner shown at s in Fig. 6, so that when the strand n is drawn tightly in position the loop r will force the loops p and g tightly around the upper guard-member D and thus effectually lock the intermediate guard-supports Z from lateral displacement. In Fig. 12 I show a form that I may use, if desired, in lacing the cross-members of the netting to the longitudinal-members. In place of merely twisting the crossmembers around the longitudinal-members, I may twist the cross-members around each other as shown at 4 and then loop them around the longitudinal-members 5: This construction shortens the cross-members of the netting preventing them from being unduly shifted longitudinally of the longitudinal members 5, thereby preventing unduly large holes being formed in the netting through which the ball would be likely to pass.
Upon referring to Fig. 11 it will be seen that the back B is provided with a sharp bend 6 which is a short distance beyond the handle I: by constructing this bend in the back B and constructing the guard E so as to obtain the 1proper set of same, I provide a positive poc ret in the lower portion of the head of the lacrosse stick wherebythe ball can be always caught by the player.
By one skilled in this art it will of course be understood that various changes may be made in the construction of my lacrosse-stick as shown and described, which yet will not depart from the spirit of my invention.
What I claim as my invention is:
1. A device of the class described, consisting of a wooden frame integrally formed and comprising a handle; a back; the lip, and the toe which is bent towards the back and above the upper surface of the lip; a netting laced in proper position, and a suitable guard laced in with said netting and laced through said toe and secured to said back in such position that the upper guardmember thereof will always rest upon the top edge of said back so as to positively be supported thereby at this end which, together with the support given said upper v vents the said guard from material displacement.
2. A device of the class described, consisting of a wooden frame integrally formed, and comprising a handle; a back; the lip, and the toe which is bent towards the back and above the upper surface of the lip; a netting laced in proper position, and a guard comprising the upper guard-member; the intermediate guard-member and the lower guard member; intermediate guard supports, comprising a strand of suitable material laced in with said netting and twisted around itself so as to give support to the intermediate and lower guard members which are suitably laced through said toe and secured to said back near where the handle extends therefrom, and provided with two loops which fit around the upper guard-member, and a third loop which passes between the twisted parts of said strand and underneath said upper guardmember so that when the said strand is pulled into proper position during course of manufacture, the said loops will firmly grip around said upper guard-member and prevent said intermediate guard-supports from lateral displacement; the said upper guard-member being laced through said toe and secured to said back insuch position that it will always rest upon the top edge of said back so as to be positively supported thereby at this end which, together with the support given said upper guard-member by said toe, effectually prevents the said guard from material displacement.
3. A device of the class described, consisting of a wooden frame integrallyformed comprising a handle; a back; the lip, and the toe which is bent towards the back and above the upper surface of the lip; the said lip being constructed thicker ‘so as to give additional strength, at the points where the said toe extends therefrom and where it ex tends from said back, and being made thin ner intermediate said points; the said wooden frame being made stouter or thicker at the point where said back extends from said handle; a netting laced inproper position, and a guard comprising the upper guardmember; the intermediate guard-member and the lower guard-member; intermediate guard-supports, comprising a strand of suitable material laced in with said netting and twisted around itself so as to give support to the intermediate and lower guardmembers which are suitably laced through said toe and secured to said back near where the handle extends therefrom, and provided with two loops which fit around the upper guard-member, and a third loop which passes between the twisted parts of said strand and underneath said upper guard-member so that when the said strand is pulled into proper position during course of manufacture, the said loops will firmly grip around said upper guard-member and prevent said intermediate guard-supports from lateral displacement; the said upper guard-member being laced through said toe and through said back in such position that it will always rest upon the top edge of said back so as to be positively supported thereby at this end which, together with the support given said upper guard-member by said toe, effectually prevents the said guard from material displacement.
4. The combination with a lacrosse-stick frame; a netting laced therein, and a guard; of intermediate guard-supports comprising a strand of material laced in with said netting and twisted around itself so as to give support to certain members of said guard, and provided with two loops which fit aroundthe upper guard-member, and a third loop which passes between the twisted parts of said strand and underneath said upper guard-member so that when the said strand is pulled into proper position during course of manufacture, the said loops will firmly grip around said upper guard-member and prevent said intermediate gu ard-supports from lateral displacement.
5. A lacrosse stick frame comprising a handle made stout or thick at a point from which extends the back B; the lip N elbows O. and M., and the terminal J, the stick being thickened at the elbows, and the elbow 0. being thicker than the elbow \f.
6. A device of the class described, consisting of a wooden frame integrally formed and comprising a handle, a back; and a lip, and a toe which is bent towards the back and above the upper surface of the lip; a netting laced in proper position, a guard laced in with said netting and comprising a top, a lower, and an intermediate member; the top-member being laced through said toe and secured to said back in such a position that it will always rest upon the top edge of said back so as to be positively supported thereby at this end which, together with support given said upper member by said toe, effectually prevents the material displacement of same, the said intermediate member being secured to said wooden frame at a point away from the point of attachment thereto for the upper guardmember, so as to give the proper set to the whole guard, and suitable supports for the said members.
7. A device of the classdescribed, consisting of a wooden frame integrallyformed and comprising a handle; a back extending therefrom and provided with a pronounced bend a short distance from where it extends from the said handle; the lip, and the toe; a netting laced in proper position, a guard laced in with said netting and comprising a top, a lower, and an intermediate member; the top member being laced through said’toe and secured to said back in such a position that it set to the Whole guard, and suitable supports Will always rest upon the top edge of said for the said members.
back so as to be positively supported thereby In testimony whereof I have signed my at this end Which, together with support name to this specification, in the presence of 5 given said upper member by said toe, eflectWo subscribing Witnesses.
tually prevents the material displacement of p I 4 same, the said intermediate member being DECAIR-E OEEL’ secured to said Wooden frame at a point away Witnesses: from the point of attachment thereto for the L. J. STEINHOFF,
10 upper guard-member, so as to give the proper F. McDERMoTT.
Global Intermediate Lacrosse Sticks Market 2021 Product Scope – Brine, Champion, STX, Under Armour – Chip Design Magazine
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Syracuse falls short of 1st-ever NCAA title in 16-10 loss to Boston College
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TOWSON, Md. — When the final pass on the final possession of the 2021 women’s lacrosse season sailed through the air, a crossfield heave that had no impact on a final outcome sealed long before, Charlotte North started to jump. First to her right. Then back to her left. She whipped her mask off and threw her stick as her 5-foot-7 frame — the same one that had lifted Boston College’s season to this point, built it a lead in the national championship game, and sunk Syracuse’s year with one final dagger — bobbed around until she blended in with the rest of her teammates racing toward their goal.
At the other end, the Orange also descended on their goal, just at a slower rate. Heads dropped. Knees bent. The jubilation that had engulfed their postgame huddle just two days prior had evaporated. North’s dagger, a free-position goal with 16 minutes left in the second half, put the Eagles up four. Thus, BC set the NCAA’s single-season record for goals in a season at 101 goals — each goal defining the rise of Boston College’s year and the final five signaling the fall of Syracuse’s — inching them closer to a point that the Orange couldn’t come back from.
All the pieces that Boston College needed for a chance at its first national title meshed together, bringing them to this point. These pieces included holding Meaghan Tyrrell, the centerpiece of the SU’s offense after its two best players tore their ACLs, to a scoreless first half and a two-point performance. It included holding Syracuse to more turnovers (five) than shots and goals combined (one) in the 10 minutes after halftime and just two goals in the final 30 minutes. And it included flipping a tie game into a blowout, turning three-straight title game losses into the one elusive national title, and ending Syracuse’s season one win short of lacrosse lore with a 16-10 loss — sending the Orange toward a season-ending fate similar to the 23 seasons before. Despite a run to the title game without its two top scorers, Syracuse once again came up short of its first national championship in program history.
“We tried to change our defense to match up better, match up differently and give them a different look,” goalie Asa Goldstock said postgame. “And we’re getting some stops. But we really could never piece it together as a team.”
Early-season injuries sent Syracuse’s offense searching for answers days after winning its opener. And instead of finding solutions to help them scrape by, the Orange concocted an offensive mixture that soaked up personnel losses and double-teams and still found a way toward championship weekend. Freshman Emma Ward scored four goals two weeks after Emily Hawryschuk’s injury. Sophomore Emma Tyrrell scored six goals the game after Megan Carney went down in late April. And Emma’s older sister, Meaghan, stepped into the offense’s feature role and tallied seven goals in mid-April and another seven weeks later against Loyola in the NCAA Tournament.
That balance strengthened SU’s foundation and opened a window for future national championships — which opened a tad further once Hawryschuk announced she’d return next season. And it nearly helped the Orange earn their first one on Sunday at Towson University, when Boston College shadowed Meaghan Tyrrell with two defenders off-ball at times. The Eagles never left her with open shooting lanes inside the 8-meter — holding her to a scoreless half for the first time since the Atlantic Coast Conference championship game — and forced others, like Sam Swart and Sierra Cockerille and Emily Ehle, into critical roles.
Emma Tyrrell scored the Orange’s second goal of the game in transition after BC’s Cara Urbank missed an open net and hit the post. But then Emma Tyrrell picked up two yellow cards in two minutes, was disqualified, and watched as Jenny Markey and Maddy Baxter took her spot at attack.
“Emma, the way she’s been playing, she was tough to replace,” Gary Gait said postgame. “And a little bit too much to replace, obviously.”
Boston College limited Syracuse to just two second half goals. Courtesy of Greg Fieume | NCAA Photos
Boston College scored two goals on Emma Tyrrell’s two penalties, though Markey assisted on the first SU goal after the ejection to tie the game at 5-5. North’s third goal of the half put BC up minutes later — with Syracuse deflecting a pass yet leaving North wide open by the left post, allowing her to easily beat Goldstock one-on-one — and Ward pulled Syracuse within one point heading into halftime.
Then the run from Boston College came, continually bending the Orange until they reached a breaking point. They could’ve broken sooner, after either of the ACL tears or close losses, but instead they took a 7-2 run that stretched across the final 30 minutes — one filled with passes that ended up on the ground or in BC sticks, with dropped passes near the crease, with errors that, when combined, caused SU’s deficit to compound. The Eagles kept feeding the ball toward the middle and piercing SU’s defense, Goldstock said. Emma Ward brought her defender behind the cage before drawing a slide and losing possession. Then SU couldn’t take advantage of a no-goal call and create a two-goal swing in transition.
“We unfortunately got a little bit in the situation where we’re pressing it and trying to score,” Gait said, “and unfortunately that meant taking some bad decisions on their feeding and shooting.”
At 3:02 p.m., as Gait shuffled in place behind a computer screen tucked away from the Johnny Unitas Stadium turf, Boston College players broke from a group photo and strolled back toward the center of the field to find their sticks. The sticks rested in a pile by where the makeshift trophy table had stood, equidistant from the two nets which now had giant chunks of mesh cut out and missing. While the Eagles celebrated, Gait fielded questions at his postgame press conference, touching on the obstacles, the injuries to Hawryschuk and Carney, the missed opportunities against the Eagles that had the potential to erase all of the program’s national title “what-ifs” and turn them into one new reality.
The stars were supposed to align for SU this year, and they nearly did — just in a way the Orange never imagined. They lost the big games in the regular season and ACC Tournament, lost their two best players to injuries, then took those new expectations and nearly defied them across 240 minutes of game time.
But the last 60 minutes finished the chapter of the women’s lacrosse history book titled 2021, the same one with subsections about COVID-19 protocols and torn ACLs and two undefeated teams losing in the Final Four, and its final image will look like this: 33 pairs of Boston College-branded helmets and face-guards flying through the air simultaneously and the Johnny Unitas Stadium scoreboard flashing zeros.
There’s the burgundy and white confetti and BC’s Jillian Reilly sprinting across the field before thrusting the trophy toward the fans standing in the bleachers. There’s Asa Goldstock’s final stroll off the field where she turned around twice to wave, the gray t-shirts that the Eagles pulled over their jerseys as Syracuse dragged equipment bags toward the locker room, the pictures that’ll appear in locker rooms and frames for decades.
And, when all that added up, there’s the reminder of the legacy the Orange almost created for themselves before falling short.
Published on May 30, 2021 at 2:49 pm
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90,000 Svechnikov poked fun with the Islanders: a double, a transfer and a new attempt to score a lacrosse goal – NHL Entertainment – Blogs
But Sorokin does not miss this.
While meaningless, but pleasant statistics: after the first three days of the season, there are three Russians in the top 10 of the scorer table at once. Without any surprises: Kucherov, Ovechkin and Svechnikov Jr. Is that the third most probably expected to see Panarin – but Artemy is not playing yet: losses of the puck, opponents running away from him and only 0 + 1 in 2 matches.And Andrey had his first match – against the formidable Islanders – and immediately had 3 points.
In general, it seems that in our pre-season forecasts – from the authors of Sports.ru, bloggers of the Tribune and television commentators – unfairly little attention was paid to the young star of Carolina: only in one forecast out of 10 he can become the best Russian scorer-2022. The end of the NHL regular season, of course, is still too far away – but in the first match Svechnikov somehow scored points surprisingly easily. As if it was not turned on for another 100%.
In the middle of the first period, he substituted the club for Teryavainen’s throw – and equalized the score in the match.
Svechnikov sent his second goal into an empty net: Deangelo did not try himself – but gave it to Svechnikov, who was waiting under someone else’s blue line.
In general, Svechnikov could have finished this evening with a hat-trick – even at the beginning of the third period, Andrei tried to repeat the trick that was the first to obey him in the NHL. But it didn’t work out.
“Well, yes, I tried,” Svechnikov told the NHL website.- I had one moment in the second period, when I was outside the goal and caught myself thinking that this trick could be performed here. Then, returning to the locker room, I said to myself: “Why didn’t you do it? Come on!”. And in the third period there was already a good chance – I tried it, but it didn’t work out, the goalkeeper turned out to be faster. I didn’t have enough time there, and next time I need to be more nimble. ”
A nice bonus for those who have Svechnikov in fantasy is an assist with a goal from Teryavainen. She did not aggravate the situation in any way, she simply continued the rally, but according to the rules of NHL statistics, Andrei took part in this puck.This means that he has 2 + 1 for the evening – it was the Russian striker who was recognized as the first star.
“I didn’t think about glasses,” Andrey continued. – In the game itself, I just wanted to have fun. And already one point – that would be good, but here there are three at once ”.
It would seem that there is only one – and not the most powerful – match, but with this approach of Svechnikov, there is no doubt that Carolina did everything right this summer, offering him a contract for 62 million.
Photo: REUTERS / James Guillory-USA TODAY Sports
Nikita Kucherov broke up the chase – Newspaper Kommersant № 189 (7151) from 16.10.2021
Two Russian hockey players were among the heroes of the next day of the NHL regular season, which started at the beginning of the week. The leader of the Tampa Bay Lightning, winner of two previous Stanley Cup draws, Nikita Kucherov scored four points in a match with a fascinating storyline, in which his club beat Detroit Red Wings 7: 6 in overtime, and two goals and a pass from Andrey Svechnikov was helped by the Carolina Hurricanes to cope – 6: 3 – with the New York Islanders.
The reporters covering the Detroit match seem to have prepared three times in the course of it to describe the little disaster that Tampa, the season’s favorite, went through.This was her second regular season match. In the first “Tampa” surprisingly easily, 6: 2, despite the absence of the injured leader Sidney Crosby, defeated the Pittsburgh Penguins, in the second he beat Detroit, already accustomed to the status of an underdog.
First, the collapse of Tampa, which did not tolerate two defeats in a row at the start of the regular championship, since 2009, smelled in the eighth minute of the second period, when Detroit took the lead with a score of 3: 0. Then – when the player, who was often talked about in the offseason, answered the goal of the forward of the guests of Ondřej Palata.The NHL has not formally introduced mandatory coronavirus vaccinations, but the vast majority of players have gone through the procedure. In the end, without a vaccine, a full-fledged performance in the championship is still impossible: crossing the Canadian-American border, which happens often in the hockey league, implies a two-week quarantine. So, forward Tyler Bertuzzi still flatly refused to be vaccinated. In the meeting with “Tampa” he was surprisingly “hot”. In the second period, Bertuzzi scored all three goals of his team, in the final he added one more to them.
At 1: 4 “Tampa” jumped up and scored twice before the break, seemingly returning to the game. But – only so that, having missed twice in the third twenty minutes from Bertuzzi and Vladislav Namestnikov, again fall out of it. 3: 6 13 minutes before the final siren – it looked too much like a verdict. But “Tampa” got out of this situation, having managed to restore balance. And the locomotive of her pursuit of Detroit was Nikita Kucherov, a key figure in the club’s attack. The Russian striker assisted partners three times in the previous period, and now he personally scored the fifth goal in the majority.
In the end, everything ended well for Tampa. In overtime, Chambers once again outplayed Detroit goalkeeper Alex Nedelkovich, and speculations about the favorite’s poor autumn form, at least for a while, lost their relevance.
Andrey Svechnikov also gave a wonderful performance that day. Svechnikov, who has been gradually gaining ground since his NHL debut in 2018, turning from a young rising star into a full-fledged star, in the home match against the Islanders looked like a forward without weaknesses – both technical and happy to enter the power struggle.And most importantly – productive: two goals plus an assist is an excellent statistic for a meeting with a team that is actually famous for the strength of its defense.
For complete happiness, Svechnikov lacked perhaps some extraordinary goal for the highlights. But he had a great chance to score it.
It was Svechnikov who, two years ago, was the first in the NHL to throw the puck with the help of a rare trick, which in America is called lacrosse: this is when the puck is lifted onto the hook of a stick and literally brought into the goal.In the third period of the match with the Islanders, the forward decided to try it again. Almost succeeded: at the last moment Svechnikov, who was putting the puck into the top nine, standing outside the goal, was prevented by his compatriot – the Islanders goalkeeper Ilya Sorokin.
90,000 92 hits, goalkeeper record and overtime denouement
Ovechkin – without goals, but crushed opponents in a power struggle.
On the night of May 15-16, the Stanley Cup started, “Washington” in overtime broke the resistance of “Boston”.
Washington – Boston – 3: 2 OT (1: 1, 1: 1, 0: 0, 1: 0)
1: 0 – 06:22 Wilson (Sprong, Oshie)
1: 1 – 13:10 Debrasque (Lazar)
2: 1–28:44 Dillon (Manta, Ovechkin)
2: 2 – 36:38 Richie (McAvoy, Pastrnyak), GB
3: 2 – 64:41 Dowd (Oshie, Wilson)
32 (11 + 11 + 9 + 1) – 26 (7 + 9 + 8 + 2)
8 – 2
Strength Techniques: 51 – 41
Three Stars: Dowd, Anderson, Dillon
The hosts took the lead twice, but Boston won back every time, in the end it came to overtime, where the victory was brought to the capital by Nick Dowd, who corrected the puck on the spot after a long-range shot by TJ Oshi.
The captain of “Washington” Alexander Ovechkin, who recently returned to service after injury, was left without goals, although he managed to celebrate the puck when he acted on the rework after Branden Dillon’s shot. But the statistics were not considered in that episode of Ovechkin’s touch. Nevertheless, in that attack, he managed to participate and chalked up an assist pass.
This helped him climb to the third place in the number of points (132 points in 137 matches) in the playoffs in the history of the Stanley Cups among left-handed strikers.He caught up with Finn Esu Tikkanen (132 in 186 matches). The record holder is Brian Propp (148 in 160), the second is Brendan Shanahan (134 in 184).
Starving during the downtime, Ovechkin acted very tough in the opening match of the playoffs, and already at the beginning of the meeting, one of the top scorers David Kreichi got from him, into whom the Russian crashed at high speed and knocked him onto the ice.
Alex Ovechkin is a bulldozer! PLAYOFF HOCKEY, BABY! #ALLCAPS pic.twitter.com/kvRI2Hm10c
– Monkey Knife Fight (@mkf) May 16, 2021
The aggressive demeanor of the leader of “Washington” could well turn into trouble for him. In the second period, after a tough meeting at the side of the bears’ defender Kevan Miller, his partner Jeremy Lozon decided to take revenge for his comrade by poking Ovechkin with a stick several times, including in the face. The Russian endured, and the Boston player received a small fine.
Questionable play by Ovechkin but can’t be losing your cool like this if you’re Lauzon pic.twitter.com/xku3VZ3mtI
– NHL Safety Watch (@NHLSafetyWatch) May 16, 2021
One of the dramatic plot twists was the injury of Washington goalkeeper Vitek Vanechek, who tried to parry Jake Debraska’s throw in the split, but not only missed, but was also injured.
Since Ilya Samsonov is now in disgrace (together with striker Evgeny Kuznetsov, they were late for the team meeting), 39-year-old Craig Anderson was announced as a substitute.But the veteran did not disappoint, and after reflecting 21 shots out of 22, he became the oldest goalkeeper in Washington history to win the playoffs. He surpassed Mike Lute’s achievement (winning at age 34 years and 110 days in 1990).
Well, about the power tricks, which in less than 65 minutes of this match were applied as much as 92: 51-41 in favor of Washington. On average, almost 1.5 hits per minute!
The next match in the confrontation between Washington and Boston will take place on the night of from 17 to 18 May .And next night, from May 16-17, , three more pairs will start in the playoffs:
Vegas – Minnesota
Florida – Tampa
Meanwhile, the NHL regular season is still pending due to coronavirus-related transfers. True, the remaining matches do not affect the alignment in the standings, but you still need to pay the debts to the calendar.
Edmonton – Vancouver – 1: 4 (1: 0, 0: 1, 0: 3)
Edmonton captain Connor McDavid scored an assistant point and finished the season with 105 points (33 goals, 72 assists) in 56 games.His closest pursuer in the bombing race, link partner Leon Dreiseitl, was 21 points behind – 84 (31 + 53). The third was Brad Marchand from Boston, 36 points less than the leader – 69 (29 + 40). Top sniper of the regular season – Auston Matthews of Toronto – 41 goals in 52 games.
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Metallurg Mg – Admiral.Live broadcast 10 September 17:00
“Magnitka” not without problems beat “Admiral”, having put the squeeze on the guests in overtime! The Urals were on fire at the end of the third period with two goals, but they escaped and already in the third minute of overtime put a fat victory point! This concludes our broadcast. See you at hockey!
GOAL! Chibisov made a pass under the goal, where Korostelev had already sent the puck to the goal! The guests tried to catch an offside position in this attack of the opponent, but after the video review the referee pointed to the center – a good goal!
Most of the “Admiral” ended quickly.Sayustov detained the opponent with a club – this is also a removal! Makarenko is serving a fine due to damage to his partner.
Zernov left Magnitka in the minority, having received a two-minute fine.
Manukyan, in a two-on-one counterattack, did not share the puck with his partner, throwing powerfully – Koshechkin is in place!
Overtime has started!
The siren sounded! Magnitka moved the game into overtime, playing two goals at the end of the third period – 3: 3!
GOAL! The Urals were saved! Yakovlev shot to the right on a penny, where two ricochets happened at once, but the second from Maye’s skate led to a goal!
Koshechkin was replaced by the sixth field – “6 to 4”!
Time-out is taken by the hosts, perfectly understanding the importance of the moment.
Obidin removed for the bandwagon! The majority of MMK is the key moment of the third period!
The Urals started up! Lipsik threw twice – to no avail!
Koshelev raced along the starboard side and delivered a dangerous shot – Nalimov pressed the puck close at hand!
GOAL! Korostelev from the front made a pass to a penny, and Karpov, in a fight with a defender, sent the puck into the goal! Maxim’s take!
Magnitka has less than five minutes! “Admiral” is confidently playing the score.
Curry with an uncomfortable hand threw under the near post – Nalimov pancake reflected the puck outside the goal.
Korostelev threw from the crawl zone with his brushes – the “sailors” blocked this attempt.
Koshechkin left his team in the game, reacting to a dangerous throw!
The full complement is played by “Admiral”. Only one shot in the majority was at Magnitka.
The whistle went through the arena! This is the assessment of the team’s game! Nothing at Magnitogorsk “does not work in the majority.
Nikontsev was not allowed to take the puck at the gate, but only at the cost of removal. Obidin is punished for delay with a club. The most important majority for Magnitka.
The game breaks into pauses – the “Admiral” has once again been forwarded.
So far, we do not see the pressure on the Admiral’s goal, which the fans of Magnitka were probably waiting for before the start of the third period.
“Admiral” confidently held the puck in the opponent’s zone.The hosts blocked the shot of Obidin.
Koshechkin reached the last line of Magnitka!
GOAL! And “+2” is already a serious claim to win! Olkinuora did not press the puck after Shevchenko’s simple throw from the left side, Kotlyarevsky rolled and shot the goal!
The hosts made a mistake with the first gear under the far blue line – forwarding.
“Admiral” only with the help of forwarding fended off a prolonged attack of the opponent.
Shulak clicked from the starboard side – the puck flew past the near corner of the Ural gate.
Nalimov paused the game, pressing the puck after Minulin’s throw from the board.
A positional attack of “Magnitka” took place near the sides. It was not possible to verify Nalimov.
The third period of the meeting has started!
The siren sounded for a break! The second period is for the “Admiral”! “Magnitka” was fined four times in a row, as a result, one majority was realized by the “sailors” – Richard Bukarts watched over the puck’s rebound to a nickle, 1: 2! A sensation is brewing! Will there be enough Far Easterners for the third period? Still, this is the fifth trip for the team of Alexander Andrievsky.
The “sailors” in this majority were not surprised, being left without shots on target.
Kestner’s stick broke during the throw! The residents of Magnitogorsk tried to run out in a counterattack, but Nalimov promptly left the gate.
The teams continue to make mistakes on shifts. Another removal for violation of the numerical strength! Magnitka remained in the minority.
Lacrosse goal tried to draw Lipsik, but Nalimov crossed out this creativity!
Zernov broke through to the guest penny, but failed to wrap the puck behind Nalimov’s shield!
The “Admiral” has control of the puck in the attacking zone, but there are no shots on goal.
No hindrance to the goalkeeper – a good goal! Magnitka was also punished with a two-minute penalty for delaying the game!
Magnitogorsk uses a coaching request to interfere with the goalkeeper!
GOAL! Alkinuore coped with Mozik’s throw from the left throw-in circle, reflecting the puck in front of him, and Bukarts was the first to finish the shot, hitting the near corner of the goal!
Nekolenko threatened the Admiral’s goal in a counterattack – the puck hit the post after his throw!
Lipsik violated the rules in the attack – the bandwagon did not pass by the eyes of one of the main referees.Another majority of the “Admiral”!
Nothing interesting “Admiral” in the majority did not show. Alkinuora was never bothered.
The “sailors” keep the puck in the opponent’s zone, but nevertheless, the guests clearly lack movement and ideas in this rally.
The guests defended on the defensive in a difficult situation, and then they also earned the majority – Minulin was removed for the bandwagon. Let’s look at the majority of the “Admiral”!
A protracted positional attack of Magnitka! “Admiral” cannot change its five in any way.
Maklyukov threw on the move from the starboard side – past the far corner of the goal!
Magnitka did not realize its numerical advantage. “Admiral” did a great job in the minority.
Koshelev performed a throw to the far post, where Lipsik was waiting for the puck, but Nalimov clearly worked as a trap on the interception!
The linesman counted six of the Admiral’s outfield players on the ice! Another removal.Lugin habitually went to serve the command penalty.
Bukarts finished his shift with a whipping throw – right at the goalkeeper!
The goalkeeper of “Admiral” coped with a throw from the entrance to the zone. The Urals did not have time to roll onto a nickle, where the puck bounced.
Pashnin fired on the move from the right throw-in circle – Nalimov is reliable!
Manukyan threw from the starboard into the near corner of the goal – Olkinuora was on the spot.
The game has resumed in Magnitogorsk! The second period is for your attention!
The siren sounded for a break! In the first period, “Magnitka” threw over “Admiral” (15: 7), but as a result the teams exchanged abandoned washers: the goal of Maxim Karpov was answered by Andrey Obidin, 1: 1. To be continued!
Yurov took over the game, got out from behind the gate on a nickle, but with an uncomfortable hand he did not push the puck under Nalimov’s shields!
The hosts lost the puck on their blue line, but the opponent almost figured it out at the entrance to the attacking zone – an offside position.
Bukarts was throwing from a zero angle on horseback, hoping, apparently, to send the puck into the Magnitogorsk goal by a ricochet from the goalkeeper’s back – the idea did not work.
And another good offensive change was made by “Admiral”, forcing Olkinuora to come into play!
The “sailors” ran out to counterattack “4 in 2”! Shulak was throwing from the center of the zone – Olkinuora deflected the puck! Makarenko failed to finish off a nickle!
The hosts are already playing in full force.Lypsik was released from the penalty box.
“Admiral” gets more time to play in the majority! The puck came out of the Magnitogorsk zone after an inaccurate shot.
GOAL! Obidin made a turn behind someone else’s goal and threw with his brushes from the right throw-in circle – it turned out exactly to the far nine!
“Magnitogorsk” played a trick on the shift, releasing the sixth field on the ice – this is a legal two-minute penalty. Lipsik rolled into the penalty box.
Kaletnik, who played for Magnitka at one time, was sent off for delaying an opponent. Another Ural majority!
The Urals did not realize their numerical advantage, but the Far East had to work hard in defense.
Yakovlev threw in touch from the blue line – the post played for Admiral! By the way, Yegor is playing his 500th KHL match today!
Koshelev was blocked when throwing from the crawl zone! The puck does not leave the guest area.
Punished “Admiral” for violation of the numerical strength. Lugin went to serve the command penalty.
The guests imposed a fight in a foreign zone. Manukyan tried to close the far post, but did not adjust to the puck.
Chibisov was throwing from close range – next to the goal! While the “Admiral” yawns his penny!
Lugin did not shoot from the center of the zone, and the transfer to a partner did not work.
GOAL! Magnitogorsk distinguished themselves already when playing in equal compositions! Curry shot on a penny on the right, and Karpov successfully substituted his club, passing the puck into the goal!
Lipsik immediately snapped from the right throw-in circle – Nalimov played great on the move, closing the corner of the goal.
The first removal in the match. Gareev was punished with a minor penalty for the bandwagon. Most of the Magnitogorsk.
A dangerous moment at the gates of Magnitka! Lugin closed the far post, but failed to break through Olkinuora – the goalkeeper worked with the stick!
The starting throw-in has taken place! Go!
Juho Olkinuora vs. Ivan Nalimov – the goalkeeper’s duel of our match.
Greetings to all hockey fans! We are glad to bring to your attention an online text broadcast of the KHL regular championship match: Metallurg – Admiral. The meeting is scheduled to start at 17:00 Moscow time.
The training process of hockey players consists of several types of training process, and one of these types is tactical training. What is it, who and what is working on it?
Tactical training, in a simple way, means working out the team’s strategy. That is, the coaching staff selects players for a specific model of the team’s game, it can be either open, attacking hockey, or vice versa – a closed, defensive game. In fact, each coach has his own style of play with the tactics that appeal to him, and, as a rule, the players in the team are selected in accordance with the wishes of the coach, who, in turn, selects the right players for his playing model.It is noteworthy that the pattern of the game can change even during the course of the game – if you need, for example, to reverse the outcome of the match or the game simply “didn’t go well”. The coach can give a slightly different model of the game to different playing fives.
For example: the first link is attacking, the second is supporting, the third is deterrent. In general, it all depends on the set of players in the team and the preferences of the coaching staff.
Majority and minority.
Another aspect that is practiced in tactical training is playing in the majority and minority.Very often, a team has a special tactical preparation and a special squad called “majority brigade” to play the numerical advantage. How exactly to play out such a game situation, athletes also work out in tactical training. Also for hockey players and with a minority – “minority brigade” and special tactical actions help the team in numerical inequality.
When to start tactical training?
It is important to note that such trainings are conducted for older children and professionals, and the reason is simple – in order to work out the tactical ideas of the coaching staff, all hockey players must skate well, have a stick, you see the field.In other words, hockey players must have sufficient technical skill to solve problems of this kind. Children who are just taking their first steps on the ice will not be able to cope with tactical tasks for two reasons: firstly, children’s hockey intelligence is still too small for this, and secondly, the technical arsenal of a young athlete simply will not allow him to perform complex technical elements.
First, children develop a technical arsenal, and only then move on to working out tactics.Here, as they say, everything has its time, and it is absolutely not worthwhile to force beatings if your child is playing hockey – first, the technical base, and only then tactical literacy.
Variety of tactical formations, the use of “personalized” tactics, the ability to quickly change the scheme of the game – this is what distinguishes a team of high-class professionals.
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ℹ️Tissue tape: as they say, “the fresher the better”
but this is not because the tape is deteriorating.Tapes like these are called “pressure-sensitive adhesive backing,” which means you have to apply pressure to make it stick to things. Since the fabric base of the tape is porous, when winding the coil at the factory, the layers always experience a slight “pressure” against each other. Because of this, the glue sticks better and better to the bottom layer over time. As you age, it takes more effort to tear the tape off the roll.
One day a factory representative (Comp-o-stik) had to visit @canucks’ locker room because they received a new batch and the players thought it wasn’t as sticky as the last tape we sent in.But the tape they had was just a very fresh batch of tape.
We use sophisticated computer control systems to wind the coils without undue tension. Precisely with the pressure that is needed. This allows the tape to come off the roll easily and smoothly. This is very noticeable on fresh tapes.
Fresh tape is not more sticky, just slightly higher adhesion to the substrate. Hockey players usually mistake tape that pulls easily as “not sticky” and tape that breaks off with difficulty as “very sticky”, but this actually means the tape is either old or tightly wound.The ****** company winds its rolls very tightly because their glue is not as sticky as ours, so the rolls feel very hard to the touch. But that’s why our ribbons stick better to the blade. We make our tapes with a more sticky adhesive backing, but we wind them with less tension.
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