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10-01-2012, 06:31 AM
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Originally Posted by Aucoin11 View Post
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."

Or you're a senile old man.
The industry is successful not from reasonably high skilled players benefiting from a better engineered stick, but from children and novice players shelling out more for a stick that they are told will improve them.

I don't deny that they can help someone's game, but feel as though in the last decade or so people seem to prefer buying new expensive equipment rather than practise. And no, I'm not a senial old man. I'm 27.

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