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The Big Giant Head 04-10-2009 05:25 PM

TPS Responce R4 Redlite...Reviews by you the player
 
Im considering picking up another TPS Responce, my current one is about 4 years old (i broke the original blade so i cut it off and stuff a TPS replacement blade in there and a 6 inch plug) and its probably one of the best sticks i've used. It's lighter than other sticks i've experimented with over the years and i just like the feel of it better. It's been so long since i've had to buy another composite im wondering if anyone has any take on the new TPS response sticks and if so which curve do you have? Im concerned that with all the time that's past it might not be the same stick it once was. Thanks.

Here's the link, im looking at getting the Tkachuk or Frolov.


http://www.hockeymonkey.com/tps-hock...nse-r4-sr.html

CanadaBacon 04-10-2009 07:00 PM

R4 are great sticks. I use one as a backup and have no problem using it as my main stick if i dont hve a R10-8.

Grab one you will be quite pleased with it.

Huggy Bear* 04-12-2009 07:17 PM

Great stick, have only had Nash curve but quality for the price.

hubby1746 04-12-2009 07:44 PM

which TPS curve would be most like Recchi?

The Big Giant Head 04-13-2009 06:26 PM

Im going to ahead and pick one up with the Frolov curve i think, i'll give it a go and let you guys know how it goes...hopefully it's the same as my current TPS.

Ani simov mal 04-13-2009 10:28 PM

I have the Afinogenov curve. Great stick with good feeling. - not to heavy not to light.

BobRouse 05-08-2009 09:58 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by The Big Giant Head (Post 18980190)
Im considering picking up another TPS Responce, my current one is about 4 years old (i broke the original blade so i cut it off and stuff a TPS replacement blade in there and a 6 inch plug) and its probably one of the best sticks i've used. It's lighter than other sticks i've experimented with over the years and i just like the feel of it better. It's been so long since i've had to buy another composite im wondering if anyone has any take on the new TPS response sticks and if so which curve do you have? Im concerned that with all the time that's past it might not be the same stick it once was. Thanks.

Here's the link, im looking at getting the Tkachuk or Frolov.


http://www.hockeymonkey.com/tps-hock...nse-r4-sr.html

I always use the Tkachuk curves and I had a prototype Response stick with 118 flex sent to me by the rep at Louiseville (btw ..they are excellent!)

Very light. One of the ones they sent me broke so I have to grab a backup...do you know if the one you use (assuming you got it) has a tapered shaft?

I like the thinner shafts like the ones used on the old Easton Cyclone sticks. The prototypes I got were like that but I have a hard time finding ones with a Tkachuk curve.


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