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12-24-2004, 11:28 PM
Magnus Fulgur
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Wood is the way of the future.

I love Kohos and especially Montreal M95 sticks. Sherwoods are okay...but Easton wood/fibre sticks are perhaps the WORST on the market. It's as if Easton intentionally makes cruddy wood sticks so that kids will upgrade to one/two pieces. If I did go that way, I'd use the Easton Nash flex.

Right now I'm using a TPS Messier woody. It's crazy. Light and flexible and strong, this thing has a FUNHOUSE blade to it. The toe curves over the puck!!! You can roof it from point blank with no effort. It's a challenge to keep the puck down, and you have to use the heel to backhand it. But I've never tried a stick that changed my game so much. It's pretty fun.

Those Rhino Evolutions are pretty good though, if you want to go that route. I think they have the best "feel".

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