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05-11-2009, 04:05 PM
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At that range you'll be able to choose from a high end wood stick or a lower-end composite stick.

The low end composite stick will be marginally lighter and may havea more responsive flex, but you won't have a tremendous "feel" for the puck.

A high end wood stick will be marginally heavier and will in all likelihood have a smaller "sweet spot" for stick flex, but you'll have a better feel of the puck on your blade.


I would only recommend taking the low end composite if you're trying to mask poor shot technique.

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