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03-08-2011, 04:25 PM
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somethinggangster
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Looking to try a one piece stick

I have recently started playing again and am having a hard time finding a one piece composite with a curve to my liking. I have been using an old montreal wooden stick with a european curve with a 6 lie. is there anything similar to this in a once piece? any suggestions are appreciated!

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I've just looked at pictures of that curve. Is it similar to a SWD Coffey and a slightly more intense RBK Datsyuk? Hard to tell from online blade pattern charts when they don't list the characteristics

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I have recently started playing again and am having a hard time finding a one piece composite with a curve to my liking. I have been using an old montreal wooden stick with a european curve with a 6 lie. is there anything similar to this in a once piece? any suggestions are appreciated!
How long of a stick do you use?

I use the Montreal Nitro 8500 (it's a 1-piece composite for ice) for roller hockey with the European curve. Perani's is the only store that i know of that still has some in stock. In fact i now have 7 of them since they're on closeout and they'll be extinct before too long. I've seen the Eurpean curve with both a 5 and 6 lie. The one problem is that they only have the Junior stick. Their junior stick, however, is probably longer than any other junior stick i've ever come across. I'm 5'6 and use their junior stick and it's perfect for me. Here it is if you're interested:

http://www.hockeyworld.com/index/pag...+Stick-+Junior

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