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01-10-2014, 10:30 AM
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Originally Posted by Jarick View Post
Wait until you try a top end stick.

Anything under $100 retail is going to hurt your game. The $100-200 range often has good to great puck feel and keeps getting better every year. The top end sticks are just amazing.
Disagree slightly. I usually buy sticks between 60 and 120 or so. They're okay. But this is coming from someone who has used heavy wooden sticks forever and really for the past 1.5 years started using composite ones.

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