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03-05-2008, 10:32 PM
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Reebok 7k sickick

Im thinking about getting this stick. I would like to know your opinions on this stick. IS it worth getting and what not. Also which rbk curve is closest to a lindros curve

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03-06-2008, 07:18 PM
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I love them. I'm on to my 2nd SickKick now...first one I foolishly broke after a stupid play and subsequent penalty and PP goal for the other team. It was a Pro Stock though of....Paul Mara I believe...pretty stiff, and held up very well. Though the blade was a little on the thin side though as far as thickness went.

The new one I have I'm honestly not too terribly sure what pattern it is, but it's not a Pro Stock - the blade on this one is considerably thicker and the feel is a slight bit different. But I absolutely love the stick...The first one I had for 3 months and it would've been fine had I not had a bit of a temper...this one I've had for close to a month now, and I am loving it. It's held up fantastically, and I'm definitely going to keep looking at the Sickkicks...a very comfortable stick in my opinion

Couldn't tell you off hand which RBK curve is gonna be the closest to the Lindros though

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03-06-2008, 08:06 PM
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The stick is pretty good, but a couple of my buddies have said they break fairly easily. Especially in teh blade

TO answer your question the modano or datsyuk is your best bet to be close the Lindros

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