intermediate blade fits into intermediate shaft. the easton intermediate sticks are thinner in diameter (which, i assume, is meant to provide lower flex ratings and fit smaller hands) here's some pics.
Not anymore. intermediate sticks take junior or senior blades depending on the brand. It was too much of a hassle to stock three sizes of blades.
I saw you got a One95 shaft, I was just about to say I got a One90 intermediate shaft a few days ago. I THINK they're pretty similar construction, although the One95 probably has the new grip and paint job.
I'm REALLY impressed with it so far. I typically use 75 flex cut down about 5" so they end up about 95 flex on the ice, but I got a 67 flex and cut it down to about 80 for shooting practice (2" shorter than my game sticks, so I needed more whip). It's just a bit more flexible than the 75 flex Dolomites I use, but feels great.
I paired it up with a Montreal M95 wood blade, which is one of the lighter wood blades available and uses an ABS core so it lasts a really long time and holds up well on outdoor surfaces. But I was amazed how light the One90 shaft is, it ended up pretty blade heavy, so I put a wood plug in and cut it even with the end. The balance is much better.
I'll stop back in after I shoot with it tonight, but I'm pretty excited. I haven't had a good shooting range stick since my game sticks are too long and too stiff when cut down. I hope it's got the kick everyone says it does!