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10-01-2012, 01:35 AM
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Originally Posted by Ogopogo View Post
I bought a good old-fashioned wooden stick last winter for $9. Sticks are not expensive unless you are caught up in the hype and must have the latest, greatest top of the line stick.

I play fine with one of the cheapest sticks on the rack.
It is a poor player that needs the crutch of an expensive stick, IMO.
He says as he tapes his ankles before every skate.

The higher priced sticks are significantly better than wood sticks in performance for a reason. It is called engineering. If you have any semblance of reasoning skill that allows you to understand how a hockey stick works and the physics involved you will understand that it isn't just "hype."

Last edited by Jarick: 10-01-2012 at 10:52 AM.
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