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11-17-2005, 09:22 PM
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What kind of stick do you use ?

this is what i have

http://www.pims-world.com/sakic_blade.jpg

http://www.pims-world.com/sakic_body.jpg

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11-18-2005, 09:05 AM
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I've got a 1 piece Bauer XX Vapor

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I have a brown CCM Vector.

http://images.google.ca/imgres?imgur...3Doff%26sa%3DN

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right now I've got these:

Easton Synergy Grip, 110 flex, Shanahan curve http://www.hockeyonline.at/images/6_SynergyGrip.jpg

and

Easton Si-Core, 100 flex, Modano curve
http://www.myhockeystore.com/images/products/Easton-Si-Core-Stick(lrg).jpg

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These are my Custom Christians. 80ish flex, RP like curve, with a bit less loft, 4.5 lie.

http://www.modsquadhockey.com/pics/chadd/DSC00520.JPG
http://www.modsquadhockey.com/pics/chadd/DSC00521.JPG
http://www.modsquadhockey.com/pics/chadd/DSC00522.JPG

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I did use a CCM Vector V130c.

It broke.

Then I broke down and cried (well, almost...)

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i bought a vapor XXX last week and it broke at the blade yesterday...after a practice and a game. 2 weeks prior to that, i had broken a vapor XX stick'um, which i had for 3 months. funny thing is that i had never broken a stick before these past 2 weeks, where i have broken 2 Bauer's.

right now im using a si-core and 2003 synergy(which is still in great shape

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i have a TPS r2xn10 shaft with a iginla synthesis blade and a easton si core synergy in a modano. i dont like the synergy at all so i may buy another shaft and blade combo in the next few months. the other day i also bought a bauer tru flex for 10 bucks on clearance. its heavy but should work well for beating up outdoors.

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I don't have a stick right now 'cause a mate of mine borrowed it and broke it >:.

I still have my goalie stick with an aluminium Franklin shaft stabbed onto a Koho paddle, though. It's a beauty.

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Synergy Si-Core 110 Flex Sakic Curve is my latest
I also have about 7 regular Synergys 85, 100 flex

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I've got two christian goal sticks(100s) one with a Khabibulin curve and one with a Brodeur. I also have a CCM(H6) with a Brodeur curve.

For roller hockey I have a Bauer 3000 with a St. Louis curve. I really really like this curve, I almost got a Lindros curve and then I saw the St Louis. Not only is St. Louis one of my favorite players but his curve is soo wonderful for my playing style. I definitely recommend trying it out(It looks like an inbetween for a Forsberg and Lindros).

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I use a hockey stick

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I use two Inno Novius shafts, both with Jokinen/P106 pattern blades.
-Pro-stock (1100 paint job), 300 flex, standard, Bauer 1000 blade
-Retail, 380 flex, tapered, Bauer XV blade

Recently, I picked up a Mission Hex-1 (Elias, 75 flex) on a whim, I like it so far, but haven't put a lot of time on it.

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My son uses an Easton Stealth Grip:
(photo)

I use a Ballistik - very good value for the money:
(website)
...and Canadian made, too

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