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07-07-2005, 04:42 AM
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ProctorSilex
 
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I always really liked the Sherwood John Leclair sticks for practicing. Ít has next to no curve. I hate the expensive sticks because I break them off all the time. But beside that, if you want to rip a nice accurate slap shot, the Sherwood Paul Coffey model, I used that model from the time I was 15 to 22 years old...

For modern Sherwood sticks, I'd take a Leclair for practice, and for game play, grab a "Canandian" stick the Bondra model.

I hate expensive stick people, so this is my input on regular priced wood.

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