yubb wrote:Where can I get the best price on sticks?
I usually go to Play It Again. Or I go to hockeymonkey.com.
What stick does everyone use? I seem to snap my sticks more often than I'd like, especially at the prices I've been paying. I've used the Bauer One, the Easton EQ30 and EQ40. I like a nice light stick, since my hands suck, so I don't want to go cheap and get a heavy stick. Any suggestions?
I prefer one-piece to two-piece sticks simply for the feel.
shoeshine boy wrote:it's getting trickier to get good sticks off of Ebay. with the technology to fix broken sticks now some guys are selling repaired sticks as brand new to unwitting buyers.
if bought from a trusted buyer though pro stock sticks can be an OUTSTANDING bargain.
shoeshine boy wrote:if you're snapping sticks a lot have you considered going with a slightly higher flex?
try totalhockey.net for sticks. same prices (for the most part) as hockey monkey and anything over $75 ships for free
icewarehouse.com is also excellent and ships anything over $50 for free
I use Easton SE16 (best Easton stick ever made, imo) and a custom Warrior Dolomite (pricey but worth it) both with Lidstrom/Getzlaf curve.
GSdrums87 wrote:Just won 3 brand new Easton Mako sticks on eBay. Hall curve (identical to Kopitar curve so perfect for me), 100 flex, $180. Can't beat that.
meow wrote:Thank God he is awful. I might take my own life if he was decent.
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