The BC10 Russell Curveis one of Base Hockey's toe curves. Named after Kris Russell of the St. Louis Blues, The BC10 is an offensive curve that's great for stick handling and shooting in stride. Let's check it out!
- Available in right-handed and left-handed SR and INT LIE 5
- Open Toe Curve
- Thick and medium length
- Round Toe
- Rockered heel
The Russell is known to be a fun curve because of it's wicked toe curve and amazing toe drag potential. It's great for a dangler who wants to get the defenseman's jock wrapped around his ears.
Toe Drag Shooting
Pulling the puck in with a toe drag and shooting is one of the most dangerous shots in hockey. The more you can change the angle during your load up, the goalie is going to have a harder time anticipating how to play your shot. Pull it in, shoot against the grain, and watch the goalie freeze.
The Russell is one of those curves you have to be very careful with because of it's open face. Make sure you bring the puck back a little bit extra so you can get your toe down overtop of the puck. That way, you'll have more time to load it up and less chance of flicking it where this curve will likely send the puck 42 rows up.
- Toe Drags
- Quick release
- Small Sweet Spot
- Shoots very high if shot with improper technique
Have you played the Russell BC10? Let us know in the comments below how it plays for you...