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04-07-2013, 11:28 PM
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Road hockey as in travel hockey, or concrete hockey?

When I'm BSing around in street hockey, I have a really light weight shaft, and the Reebok ABS blade. I've been using it for a while too, and the blade is like 20$ so it's not a bit deal to replace it. Just keep in mind you need a standard shaft for the ABS blade. Not tapered. Although I think I had a friend who had a tapered shaft, with an ABS blade and he didn't have problems. But get standard, always good to play it safe. Sure it's blade heavy, but when you play ice again, you feel like you have a bit of an edge since the stick feels so much lighter.

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