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05-19-2012, 08:12 PM
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OT: Looking for a hockey stick

Hey guys, just a quick question. Been trying to find somewhere in the city that sells hockey gear. Don't have any big plans or needs - just play in a weekly game/scrimmage of floor hockey and am sick of using the default stick they have there which consists of Mylec blades that only come up to my gut (very much like the ones in high school gym class). As I'm living in Center City right now - I checked both Modell's in the city and, of course, they had nothing for me. Any suggestions on a place easily reachable? Also, definitely not looking for something fancy (~$15). Thanks in advance

Edit: ABS blade a plus I suppose, potentially open to both intermediate/senior flex sticks if a choice is available somewhere

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05-19-2012, 09:43 PM
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Go to any local rink with a proshop. If you have a car you could check out either flyers skate zones, in the north east and in vorhees.

But really, any rink that's primarily used for hockey purposes should have a proshop.

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Hockeymonkey.com if you're willing to buy one online.

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buying online i think is best as far as prices and stuff. check at your local rink for the models u like then look online for best prices. dicks has a decent selection of abs sticks

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Well the cheapest wooden stick you could afford would probably be around $30. I recommend the Sherwood sticks I see all over the place (Dicks, Sports Authority, DelVal, Pro shops, Maybe modells)

Find the closest rink to you and see if they have a pro shop

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