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04-23-2009, 07:11 PM
Pierre Gotye
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On dry land with no equipment on, your stick should come up to your chin. Somewhere between the bottom of your chin to just below your lower lip.

Once you get on your skates you'll lose a couple of inches.

I stand 6'7 this is what worked best for me.

As far as what stick to choose, it's different for everyone. The only one-piece sticks I like are way too pricey around $200 and I'm just not going to shell out that kind of money for one.

I use an old Easton T-flex two piece stick. I went to a one-piece earlier and it felt too heavy. Mind you I can get off better shots and such, but with the two-piece my passing, and stick handling felt more precise. That's because my two-piece feels like a feather to me.

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