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07-12-2006, 08:16 AM
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TPS Intrigue composite stick

does anybody have any experience with this stick ?? is it durable ??
thanks in advance

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Can't exactly answer your quesitons...but here's the catalog with some info
http://www.modsquadhockey.com/pics/J.../tps/tps06.pdf

And a post with a little info too
http://www.modsquadhockey.com/index....21&hl=intrigue

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They kind of suck. If you are going to get a TPS 1-piece I would recommend the XN10 of if you don't want to shell out that much money, then the Response Rubber is great.

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I'm not sure if you are staying local or going the internet route, but Xn10's are a better stick and can be found fairly cheap if you wanted to go the online route.

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I used this stick last season - it's great while it lasts, but it doesn't last long. After about three weeks, the blade will start to split at the toe and it will split right down the middle of the blade. I don't think that this is just a fluke, it happened to the one I got on warranty, too.

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like the post says, i guess it's more of an entry level one-peice. If you're looking at that, you may want to look at Easton synergy 300 or Vapor V I think.

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Are you set on a OPS? The most durable stick I've ever used is the redlite link

Most of the time a stick breaks it's in the blade; with shaft/blade combo all you have to do is replace the blade. My redlite is really beat up, it's got gashes up and down but is still VERY structurally sound and is also very light.

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Awful

That stick is awfully fragile. I read a lot about that, and it needed about 30 weak slappers to break it. Don't buy it, it's definitely not worth it.

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Crazy bump from like 6 years ago

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It sure is. I had one briefly and it sucked pretty bad.

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