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12-26-2013, 12:48 AM
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Originally Posted by Onetimersniper28 View Post
In that price range, you can get a Warrior Widow, which was used in the NHL in 2011. It sells for $130 US. It's 63 inches long (which is the longest a stick can be by NHL standards). Get it with a Lidstrom curve, it's a mid heel curve with a square toe with very little loft.

If I were you, I'd buy it in a heartbeat.
Is that measuring the shaft or shaft+blade? Becuase I got the Warrior Dynasty a few days ago and I got it cut. In my rush, I forgot to figure out how much inches they cut off, so that I can figure out the flex or in case i want to cut it again.

Now, I'm 5'11 and the stick was to my eyebrows uncut. Now it's literally right under my nose, and the shaft is 59 inches long while the whole stick is about 65 inches long. If the stick is 63 inches long, it doesn't seem to add up either way.

And can someone clear up the whole "If you cut 3 inches off Warrior sticks that are 63 inches, the flex is not affected" myth? Isn't that impossible?

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