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08-17-2006, 04:43 PM
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Warrior stick

Hey i want to buy a new stick and i want to try the Warrior brand. I want a 2 piece so i have the choice between the Dolomite or the AK27.

The Ak27 is a little cheaper so it's my first choice right now. What the bigest difference between this two stick.

I also want to try there blade, i use a Lindros curve. Is ther a similar curme in the Warrior brand?

http://www.warriorhockey.com/WarriorHockey.html

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AK27 is a standard shaft, Dolomite is tapered. different flex points, and they fit onto different blades.

I forget what the Lindros is, like Iginla-ish? Probably close to a Weight in Warrior curves.

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The Dolomite is a tapered shaft whereas the AK27 is a standard. I have the Dolomite and like it for stickhandling and passing purposes (it's paired with a hybrid Easton Synthesis blade) but I don't get a lot of pop on my slap shot.

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hehe This is probably stupid to ask but what's the difference between tepered and standard and if you can said it in french it will help me a lot

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whats the closest warrior pattern to the jokinen 106 bauercurve

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Warrior Smyth 100 flex has a sick curve but he really doesn't have that curve cuz he uses a wooden straight blade.

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Go with the AK27 for sure. Best stick I've ever tried.

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Try the Draper pattern. It's pretty close the the Lindros. Maybe a bit deeper, but both are mid curves with rounded toes.

A tapered shaft and tapered blade combo is like getting a one piece with the ability to change blades. The AK27 is a regular shaft/blade combo. You'll get better feel and performance from the Dolomite, but blades will be more expensive.

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Ok, thank you guy.

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hehe This is probably stupid to ask but what's the difference between tepered and standard and if you can said it in french it will help me a lot
TAPERED = le bas est plus maigre que le dessus

STANDARD = le diametre que le bas et le dessus est egal

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I will pick the Dolomite because they have the Robitaille curve and the AK27 don't.

Anyway thx for the info.

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I will pick the Dolomite because they have the Robitaille curve and the AK27 don't.

Anyway thx for the info.
Good choice. Check back and let me know what you think. I was thinking of getting that same set up.

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i love my ak27 with a forsberg hybird blade.

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Ak 27 is nice I have one, its a bit shorter then a regular shaft and the 100flex is probably your best bet because its still pretty flexable I cant imagine what the 80 flex is like.

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I buy a dolomite shaft with 85 flex and a Federov pattern and this thing is probably the best hockey stick i ever try.

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How it cost for a Senior stick like you ?

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262$ taxe include.

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get the 100 flex, I have ak27 in 100 and its just perfect, its almost a little whippy, I cant imagine what the 85 is like.

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Damn after one year the stick is good for garbage, thx to the guy who slash my stick. Hopefully it's on the guaranty. But damn what an idiot.

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Damn after one year the stick is good for garbage, thx to the guy who slash my stick. Hopefully it's on the guaranty. But damn what an idiot.
Ouff hope for you ..

One year ?

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I think he means one game.

I have an AK27 and I've been pretty impressed with it so far but I don't think its quite as amazing as everyone thinks

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I mean one week sorry.

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