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Flyerzz97 03-01-2008 10:04 AM

Best street hockey stick?
 
...within a reasonable price. Im looking to buy a new street hockey stick, ive had this Koho (abs) thing for a while, and its starting to wear down, are there any suggestions of what sticks are good for playing outside that dont wear down down very fast?

scottymac223 03-01-2008 10:20 AM

You should stay with the ABS blade. I like the KOHO street revolution. I have an Easton Ultra ABS that is my favorite but I can't find it anymore. My sons stick is a composite shaft Easton Octane with a Easton street tough/ice ready ABS blade.
Here's a link http://www.inlinewarehouse.com/HocStick.html

mm6492 03-01-2008 12:03 PM

yea. get replaceable blade. that way when it wears down u just need a new blade

for street hockey you can get one for 30-60 and new blades for 10-15

pughater 03-01-2008 12:49 PM

i prefer montreal hockey sticks. Great sticks for Roller hockey or ice hockey. They hold real well

Flyerzz97 03-01-2008 01:42 PM

iight thanks. i had a 20 dollar certificate to Dick's Sporting Goods, and i just got like the Crosby half-wooden half fiber kinda thing for like 19 bucks.

Pittsburgh Proud 03-01-2008 03:13 PM

wood

Greeneye 03-01-2008 04:02 PM

mylec ultracurve

deanosaur 03-01-2008 04:30 PM

i like my si-core shaft with a wood sythesis blade in it haha

Devil Dancer 03-01-2008 06:08 PM

I use a Nike Bauer One50 shaft with an Easton ABS blade. Decent performance, good price, good durability.

pughater 03-01-2008 10:39 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by JM47 (Post 12856726)
mylec ultracurve

didnt know they still made those lol

Redden Hogalot* 03-01-2008 10:48 PM

I just get old wooden shafts that the blades broke off and just put plastic blades in them.

deanosaur 03-01-2008 11:44 PM

i now use a rbk 9k0 as my new stick for street hockey
works like a dream come true

tinyzombies 03-20-2008 07:03 PM

The Jofa TSM-8 Selanne stick with the 1/2" mid-curve was the greatest I've ever use. The replacement Reebok 1K stick isn't the same, even though it has the same mold. The blade is stiffer and the shaft has a low flex. Which I don't find to be good for slappers in streethockey (i.e. ball hockey...hockey with a ball on concrete/pavement).

There's a lot of flex, but the power is lost in translation and the ball has no weight. I think the flex is too long or something. So the flex has to come from the blade for more of a snapping motion.

Anyway, I'm not happy with the Reebok replacements. They seem geared for roller. Nobody is making a real streethockey stick right now imo. Haven't found one I like.

Crosbyfan 03-21-2008 08:29 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Pittsburgh Proud (Post 12855498)
wood

Wood? As in splintered up bottom of the blade wood?

RealTalk 03-22-2008 01:47 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by deangamblin (Post 12865862)
i now use a rbk 9k0 as my new stick for street hockey
works like a dream come true

I'll be using that piece for street hockey to, mostly because I hate the bergeron curve

deanosaur 03-22-2008 02:04 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by RealTalk (Post 13211672)
I'll be using that piece for street hockey to, mostly because I hate the bergeron curve

hahahahah why would you get a bergeron to begin with?

bashbros8 03-22-2008 09:04 AM

sherwood wood sticks but i like my sickick right now

tinyzombies 08-06-2009 06:53 PM

anyone have a different opinion this year with the new batch of sticks for street hockey?

Hyperkookeez* 08-06-2009 07:22 PM

a jr koho composite shaft(cant remember the name, but its 7-8 years old) and then swap out the blades when they wear down

super light and whippy. tons of fun to play with

gojacketsgo61 08-06-2009 08:02 PM

i got a ccmkoho vector stick for 10 bucks, 60 flex, great but 2 have broke

partially 1 i was pissed and slammed it against the net, 2nd time slapper broke it after 6 months but i repaired it in like 1hr.

Frankie Spankie 08-06-2009 09:35 PM

Any wooden blade should be fine. I've had 3 Koho wooden sticks in like the past 8 years and they all hold up like champs. The first one broke because the blade ended up being like 3/4 of an inch tall and a friend broke it. The second one ended up breaking after like 2-3 years. The third is still going strong. I played a lot the first 5 years and not so much with my newest stick. Also actually used the newest one for a couple shifts of ice hockey when I broke my ice hockey stick and didn't have a composite back up.

Bring_Bak_Damphousse 08-06-2009 09:44 PM

I use a koho m.v.p it's a wood shaft with an integrated plastic blade. I guess that's the best way to explain it anyway. I bought em for 10 bucks a piece which you can't beat and the blade slides nice over concrete.


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