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10-25-2013, 09:24 PM
Thumbs up, soldier!
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Some other things to try for those who aren't sure:

- Go to your LHS and see if you can try out some sticks. There's a Monkey Sports in SoCal, for instance, that has a shooting room off to one side where you can just go in and try out pretty much any stick they have available.
- Call up any places you can go to for stick time or rent out. They may have loaners you can try out.
- Get some really old beater/clearance sticks from your LHS/eBay/Craigslist/whatever and just try them out. Then buy something better once you know what feels comfortable.
- Ask a hockey-playing friend to let you try out their stick.

You have a lot of options here that will save you dropping $$$ on a stick only to find you don't really like using it on the side you picked.

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