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10-03-2007, 03:35 PM
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Originally Posted by nyrmetros View Post
I thought so too, but all the good players at our outdoor rink use tape on their stick, while the mediocre players don't use tape on their sticks..... hmm...... They also use candle wax on their tape jobs....
wax is for ice hockey. It's meant to help keep water from getting into the tape/blade as well as reduce snow buildup.

if you play roller hockey and want some friction for the puck/ball you can always use some friction tape lengthwise along the blade instead of wrapping it, that way the bottom slides smooth and the blade stays gripped.

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