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07-26-2008, 12:53 AM
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Wood Hockey Sticks

I was just wondering if we're allowed to first off but second off, if anyone wants to sell hockey sticks?

I'm looking for a long hockey stick. With any curve actually, but the first curve in the picture is what I have.



I'm 6'1'' at 160 lbs. Currently my stick is about six feet long.


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If you post how tall and how much you weigh it would help people find out how long of a stick you want, aswell as the cure you have RIGHT NOW or post a picture of the stick.

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That was the least descriptive post ever.
Just go to the store, son.

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That was the least descriptive post ever.
Just go to the store, son.
First, I was just seeing if anyone had any for sale.

I'll describe it, my apologies.

I have to change my location because I live in the US, a bit away from San Jose, so the stores don't have those types of sticks. They mostly have the newer two-piece sticks.


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Looks like you want a mid or mid-heel curve that's neutral.

maybe Bauer's PM9, Easton's Forsberg/Modano, a Boyes, Frolov...Fedorov maybe even Recchi, Iginlas or Leclair retail curves. If you're really in San Jose, you're close to HockeyGiant, IceWarehouse and a whole whack of big internet retailers. Check out http://hfboards.com/showthread.php?t=170662

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