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04-25-2009, 07:43 AM
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Originally Posted by TBLfan View Post
Flex chart

Ovechkin doesn't break a lot of sticks because they are 85 flex, he breaks them because he is hard on them. There are a LOT of guys that use 85 flex or lower in the NHL and don't break a ton of sticks.

Brett Hull - 65-75 flex sticks
Phil Kessel - 75 flex sticks now, previously he used intermediate sticks.
Lecavalier - 85 flex up to about 4 years ago.

For pro stock TPS has/had two flexes lower than what they call a "Whip" and a "Strong Whip" for pros that want something lower than 85 flex... and they arent ridiculously hard to find as you'd probably assume.

"Pro Stock" is a brand name, not actual pro stock with TPS. Afino is the only pro who uses a TPS whip. Of course a whip would be less then 85, what do you think a whip is.

No such thing as "strong whip"

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