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dutchcrunch14 03-01-2009 04:06 PM

ccm vector stick
 
this guy is trying to sell me this stick all he says is that its a ccm vector one piece composite ovechkin edition with some caps logos on it.. i am trying to find out about this stick but cant find any info on it.. heres some pics of it if anybody know anything about it...http://vancouver.en.craigslist.ca/spo/1052358785.html

pcgflyers12* 03-01-2009 04:14 PM

i have a CCM Vector. except mine is a one-piece wood. and i love it. i have a thornton curve. its pretty good.

Saved* 03-01-2009 11:11 PM

I use the CCM U+ stick. Great stick. Ovechkin curve sucks though, stay away lol.

adaminnj 03-02-2009 12:28 AM

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Originally Posted by dutchcrunch14 (Post 18261928)
this guy is trying to sell me this stick all he says is that its a ccm vector one piece composite ovechkin edition with some caps logos on it.. i am trying to find out about this stick but cant find any info on it.. heres some pics of it if anybody know anything about it...http://vancouver.en.craigslist.ca/spo/1052358785.html

that's some one off store stick.

iceman_88888888 03-02-2009 01:59 AM

don't get it. it's one you can pick up at a canadian tire or sport chek. it's a stick towards the bottom of the line so anything over $70 and you're getting ripped off.

dutchcrunch14 03-02-2009 02:15 AM

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Originally Posted by adaminnj (Post 18273323)
that's some one off store stick.

what does that even mean?

IniNew 03-02-2009 02:28 AM

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Originally Posted by dutchcrunch14 (Post 18274539)
what does that even mean?

It means it was an SMU product that the company made for one specific chain of stores.

Salvage21 03-02-2009 02:37 AM

CCM has become my stick off choice and I would highly recommend the Vector. The sticks are very solid and should last you a while. But my suggestion is not to spend so much money(especially on a supposed "special edition OV ") on a stick you may not like -invest in a couple of different wood ones and then when you think you've found the right fit, upgrade to the composite. There are a lot of things to take into consideration when purchasing a stick: senior or intermediate, toe or heel curve, round or square tip -- and all these must be considered according to your skills. For example, do you have a good backhand? If so, get a heel curve that's not too extreme. I'd suggest the Thornton.
I don't know if that answers your question.

dutchcrunch14 03-02-2009 01:34 PM

i got a good wrist shot and snap shot i've been using a bauer lindros blade its pretty damn straight tho so my backhand aint that bad with it either... tried the thornton too it was alright what blade is the best for wrist and snaps? i would assume ovech but ppl say his curve sucks

JoeParez 03-02-2009 01:38 PM

I had the same one that everyone is boasting about, the CCM Vector one piece wood with the Joe Thornton curve. Great stick, lasted me 2 and a half years. But yeah, you can get it anywhere, especially Canadian Tire and you can get it for cheap.

Treliving The Dream 03-02-2009 03:04 PM

I recently used a one-piece original Vector with a Laraque curve and loved it, until it broke. For anyone that has used the Vector and the U+, are they similar? Obviously you can't buy the original Vectors anymore, but I'd like a stick that is similar to it.

Jonathan Iilahti* 03-02-2009 03:25 PM

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Originally Posted by dutchcrunch14 (Post 18261928)
this guy is trying to sell me this stick all he says is that its a ccm vector one piece composite ovechkin edition with some caps logos on it.. i am trying to find out about this stick but cant find any info on it.. heres some pics of it if anybody know anything about it...http://vancouver.en.craigslist.ca/spo/1052358785.html

You can buy that exact stick at SportsChek for $59.99.

adaminnj 03-02-2009 03:34 PM

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Originally Posted by IniNew (Post 18274633)
It means it was an SMU product that the company made for one specific chain of stores.

thanks!

pcgflyers12* 03-02-2009 08:56 PM

what i would do is look at a sporting goods store for a better deal. like people have said, you could by it at a sporting goods store for cheaper. but i would recommend the CCM Vector. and like i said before i like the thronton curve. it allows me to shoot an easy wrist shot. and i love it.


but the bottom line is sporting goods store, you can actually handle the stick, and look at the curve in person.


good luck!

RJ8812 03-02-2009 09:02 PM

i have a vector composite, Recchi curve...decent stick for only being $60

adaminnj 03-02-2009 09:19 PM

I just went to canadain tire and saw that Overchicken stick for 89 bucks CAD. It's not worth the 89 bucks let alone $150.00

if you want a CCM stick figure out which real CCM stick you want the one offs tend to be a bit ify.

I picked up an easton ultra lite sakic curve for 17 bucks at CT today.

dutchcrunch14 03-03-2009 02:46 AM

so turns out its not ovechkin.... but its a vector 6.0 anyone kno how these are? any info on it?

adaminnj 03-03-2009 07:48 AM

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Originally Posted by dutchcrunch14 (Post 18295970)
so turns out its not ovechkin.... but its a vector 6.0 anyone kno how these are? any info on it?

if it's the stick in the pic craigslist ad it's not a Vector 6.

The vector 6 is a nice stick.

dutchcrunch14 03-03-2009 10:22 AM

i saw the stick... it says vector 6.0 on the blade

adaminnj 03-03-2009 02:17 PM

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Originally Posted by dutchcrunch14 (Post 18298268)
i saw the stick... it says vector 6.0 on the blade

http://www.hockeyoverstock.com/ccm08v6stksr.html


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