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  1. #16
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    I use Vapor 3.0X right now for skates. When I get some more money and practice I'll probably upgrade to some spiffy $600 blades.

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    Yeah I picked up new skates last year, Bauer x -18's or 20's, can't remember which one lol. I made a good investment last month, bought some superfeet insoles for them. I'm flat footed and can already skate like the wind but these insoles won't really make you a better skater but they makes your strides much easier. Feels like you're strides take about 30% less effort. I recommend them to anyone. You want the yellow ones. Run ya about $40. I'm actually looking at buying new skates again, I love grafs but they're insanely expensive. Source for sports usually tries to get rid of the old models around October so you can grab a new pair that would normally cost $600-$700 for half price. Once you use high-end skates you simply can't go back.

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    One time I went ice skating and I wasn't very good at it.

    Also I live in Kentucky. What the **** is snow?
    #ClutchTime

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    Got my sticks all free so I got to use basically every single one piece stick made while I played.........I was a defensmen and the best one I found was the TPS Response, for the big slapper anyways.
    Easton Si-Core was pretty sick too. I tried the si core after i broke the blade on one with just a wooden blade and it actually made it better tbh.
    This was quite a few years ago so I dont even know what the hell they have now
    sticks that shoot the puck for you ?


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  5. #20
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    Quote Originally Posted by jon32 View Post
    Got my sticks all free so I got to use basically every single one piece stick made while I played.........I was a defensmen and the best one I found was the TPS Response, for the big slapper anyways.
    Easton Si-Core was pretty sick too. I tried the si core after i broke the blade on one with just a wooden blade and it actually made it better tbh.
    This was quite a few years ago so I dont even know what the hell they have now
    sticks that shoot the puck for you ?
    The Si-core is how I got hooked on the ST's, found it was the closest thing to that. Tough sticks.

  6. #21
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    I used an easton stealth and absolutely loved it. Recently i switched to a tps response and so far I'm a fan. Its defiantly a sweet looking stick and depending on your preference its even lighter than the stealth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1908_Cubs View Post
    One time I went ice skating and I wasn't very good at it.

    Also I live in Kentucky. What the **** is snow?
    Where in Kentucky? There might be some ice near you that you don't know about.

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    I like the TPS Response, but I've switched to the Easton EQ50 as my primary. Low flex, Getzlaf pattern. I really like it.

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    So does ANYONE use a Coffey curve?? I guess someone has to, because I see the sticks for 'em in the skate shop all the time. I can't imagine anyone thinking that missing the net is a good idea though.

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    i have a Sherwood Coffey curve, but it's like my 4th backup because it is heavier then my others.

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    I like the weight of the wood sticks, but I know I'm in the minority in that.

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    Just got an S19 sent to me a couple days ago, nice stick, not sure how long it will last though seems pretty light.

  13. #28
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    X60 stick and Vapour 3.0 skates. Love Bauer. Used to be all about CCM but that's gradually changed. Lol "Got some tape?".. It always seems to be the same 3 guys on my beer league team that are "those guys". I only tape my stick about 3-4 inches wide in the place where I release my wrist/snap shot. You won't find any tape close to my heel. Just been like that since I was a kid.

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    I've been rocking the Zetterberg curve for years now, not sure what the Coffey one looks like(although I've probably picked one up before in the store) but I like a fairly straight curve since my tendency is to shoot high anyways.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsi View Post
    Just got an S19 sent to me a couple days ago, nice stick, not sure how long it will last though seems pretty light.
    depends how much you play/what level
    beer league you should get some good use, anything serious, probably about 2-3 weeks, stealths are **** for durability

    ive used bauer sticks pretty much since ive used composites, about 7 years, always supreme line, so right now totalones, p92 102 flex, tactile grip, same with skates always used (nike)/bauer, and of course totalones



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