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09-13-2007, 12:23 PM
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Warrior Hockey Sticks

Any one know where I could find these great sticks a decent cost? I found one from a player on my team bought in online for like 200 bucks. was a great stick. The same stick in stores is around 280.

It really does not matter what style, the mac daddy, domelite or shogun.....

It needs to be right handed though....

thanks all.

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Most of your online retailers carry them. There is a post at the top of the page with links to online retail sites.

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Shogun is gonna be the cheapest....it's like $130, but it's also the lowest level of all the Warrior sticks. If you want cheap, go search around for old stocks of Innovative sticks or get the pro stocks.

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Hey Hockeyfazha...are you still looking for a Warrior stick? I have an excellent condition Warrior dolomite right handed that I want to sell. It was only used in a couple of adult league hockey games. My wife bought me a RBK stick that I like so I use that one and don't need the Warrior. Let me know if you want it. I was hoping to get around $100 for it and that would include shipping. Not sure where you are located,but I am in the Boston, MA area.

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http://www.hockeyworld.com/prodHome....tID=173&shop=1
$109

Bam.

or if you really want the nipplegrip

http://www.hockeyworld.com/prodHome....tID=173&shop=1

$116

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Those were the shafts only...if you wanted to pair it up with the matching blade it'd cost more/the same as the OPS version.

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Just wanted to add that the one I am selling is the One Piece composite and has the Draper curve and has a 100 flex. Hope that helps.

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