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05-20-2008, 08:36 AM
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OT: Good place to buy street hockey stick

I was wondering where I could find an inexpensive stick to play with outside now that it's summer. No places in the middle of nowhere, though. I don't have a car so it'd be preferable if I didn't have to walk around with a stick for over an hour

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Canadian Tire is always a great place.

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to expensive for just a street hockey stick.

Canadian tire is the best bet.

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Depends on what is inexpensive.

If you go to Sport Expert, you'll have the RBK SHK for less then 20$.

If you go to Rousseau, you'll have the RBK 1k for 20$, which is the best stick IMO. The blade in fibreglass will last a lot longer then plastic blades. (you also have the Crosby RBK or something like that, the new SHK I think).

But if you really want something inexpensive, go the arena near you, take a broken stick and put a 5$ plastic blade. You wont have the best shot with that though.

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to expensive for just a street hockey stick.

Canadian tire is the best bet.
and you have to think:
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Depends on what is inexpensive.

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http://www.sportsrousseau.com/fre/st...l1=428&ckey=CA

Some good stick here.

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