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Found a composite stick in the garage, couple quick Q's

Hey guys,

I lucked out and found a couple perfectly good hockey sticks in someones garbage the other day, a wooden Easton and a two-piece Innovative Inno 2000 composite.

I've never heard of the Innovative brand, is it a decent stick at all?

And unfortunately its a LH shot and I shoot right so I'll need to get a new blade for it. Any recommendations?

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Inno eventually became Warrior. Not sure about that particular model though.

As for a blade replacement, I'm partial to wood. Bauer wood replacement blades have always held up well for me. I'm using One90s, but if they made the p106 in a lower model I would have been happy with that as well.

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Hey guys,

I lucked out and found a couple perfectly good hockey sticks in someones garbage the other day, a wooden Easton and a two-piece Innovative Inno 2000 composite.

I've never heard of the Innovative brand, is it a decent stick at all?

And unfortunately its a LH shot and I shoot right so I'll need to get a new blade for it. Any recommendations?
One man's trash is another man's treasure

Go get a wood blade, Easton makes a lot for a decent price and they have more curve options

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Hey, the price was right.

Thanks for the help.

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