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01-30-2012, 12:03 PM
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Coffey Curve Sherwood Hockey Sticks

I haven't bought a new stick in 4 years and I always used a wooden stick with a Coffey curve. I've been informed that those are near impossible to find anymore so my question is: Is there a hockey stick out that is the exact same as the old Coffey curved sticks with a new name? (Composite or Wooden)

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Still see the 5030s on occasion: http://www.hockeymonkey.com/sherwood...k-5030-sr.html

http://www.hockeymonkey.com/sherwood...te-sticks.html

Most of the Sherwood composite offerings should have Coffey as an option. I've been buying Coffey replacement blades for my tapered shaft, so hopefully Sherwood doesn't make it obsolete.

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I haven't bought a new stick in 4 years and I always used a wooden stick with a Coffey curve. I've been informed that those are near impossible to find anymore so my question is: Is there a hockey stick out that is the exact same as the old Coffey curved sticks with a new name? (Composite or Wooden)
Cripes you must like hitting the ceiling with your slappers haha. Ridiculous curve on those sticks. I actually saw a couple of them at the local Canadian Tire store. They looked pretty old and dried out though.

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If you have a Dick's sporting goods nearby, it seems like that's the only thing they carry (at least here).

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Reebok has the P44 Bergeron curve which is a Coffey clone. You will most likely have to order that through your store as it's not available in retail.

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Harrow has a Coffey clone as well, #9 I think. HarrowSports.com.

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It was available in the T's (70,80,90 etc.) & is available in the nexon's with 95 flex.

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Cripes you must like hitting the ceiling with your slappers haha. Ridiculous curve on those sticks. I actually saw a couple of them at the local Canadian Tire store. They looked pretty old and dried out though.
You learn how to control it pretty quickly... I avoid backhands at all costs




Thanks for the responses fella's. Real helpful!

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the chara curve for easton is quite close

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I just saw a whole bunch of new 5030's with the Coffey curve at Modells in Annapolis. At a good price too. So obviously they must still make them, because that's certainly not a store known for selling hockey stuff.

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In Vancouver you still see 5030s more than any other wood sticks, and most 5030s seem to have Coffey curves. Personally I think that curve is borderline unusable, but if you want it on a wood stick, you should have no problem finding a 5030 with a Coffey curve. And as already stated, Sherwood makes composites with Coffey curves too.

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That's the stick I'm using...just bought 3 of them at Canadian tire. But I see them everywhere, really nice flex for a wooden stick, and that curve can't be legal.

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I'm having more trouble finding Sher-wood 5030 Spezzas.

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lol, the good old coffey curve.. letting scrubs shoot shelf since '91

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lol, the good old coffey curve.. letting scrubs shoot shelf since '91
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