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10-08-2007, 10:52 PM
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Blade Question

what would be the most durable while providing the best performance for roller hockey(Indoor roll on) out of:
Warrior dolemite 2
easton synthesis carbon
Tps R-2
and what would there compatibility be with a mission l-2 int. shaft
any suggestions accepted thanks in advance for any replies

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10-08-2007, 11:02 PM
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Hard to say I can't really tell you, roller hockey on court doesn't have much more wear then ice hockey so I don't think any of those will be exponentially more durable at roller hockey. Assuming your mission shaft isn't tapered all should be good except the synthesis which I think is tapered.

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I'm partial to TPS sticks. But more important than the brand is to make sure you buy a really whippy stick. Rollerhockey pucks are light and won't make the stick load like a heavier ice hockey puck.

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Hard to say I can't really tell you, roller hockey on court doesn't have much more wear then ice hockey so I don't think any of those will be exponentially more durable at roller hockey. Assuming your mission shaft isn't tapered all should be good except the synthesis which I think is tapered.
All the ones he mentioned are tapered....and the L-2 is tapered. Only problem you might run into is with the Mission Intermediate. I'm not sure if they have specific Int. blades or if they take seniors.

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they take jrs.the shaft is perfect it caeme with the 2 l-2 blades which were great while they last but i just need a new blade i also looked at the tps adrenaline is that a good stick its like $80 on hockeymonkey

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10-10-2007, 12:15 AM
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i just need blade reviews and would a tps tkachuk be similiar to a mission hull

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I play inline hockey as well and I use the Synergy II tapered shaft with a tapered Synergy II blade. So far, I've had no problems with the stick. Low kick point which is what I like. 80 flex so the stick is pretty whippy for me which is especially good for inline hockey.

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