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05-27-2005, 11:23 AM
hopefully someone can help me with this. I play alot of ball roller hockey, and now want to start playing with a puck. I use a Sherwood Coffey blade in a broken synergy shaft w/ a ball, but want to invest in a one piece shaft for puck. Im trying to find a similar curve to the Coffey, but im finding that task difficult. I checked the sherwood shafts, but its hard to find a coffey curve on any of their high end sticks. Coffey has a deep mid curve, 3/4". Can anyone give me any suggestions on what stick to purchase. Thanks.
05-27-2005, 01:17 PM
I have two CCM Vectors that I'm trying to sell. Similar curve to the Coffey, but not as deep. They retail for $150-160; looking to get $120. I have been using the Vectors since the beginning of the one piece era. Great stick, very light but probably the most durable one piece out there. PM me if you are interested or have any questions.
05-27-2005, 09:49 PM
If you go to Hockey Giant. com they have a blade pattern chart that will show you what curves match with what from each comapny.
06-03-2005, 08:15 PM
Sheerwood makes a one-piece composite called Eclipse.This is pattened with the coffey curve.However,I found the shaft to be very stiff.Sherwood now markets the Coffey blade used with this one-piece seperate so I use the blade with a z-bubble grip 85 flex and love it.I think the blade is called
axvision I could be incorrect on the spelling but its pretty durable..GOOD LUCK..
If you used a Coffee curve for ball hockey, you may not find it's what you want for puck....try to find some friends who have different sticks with different curves you can try with a puck before you make up your mind....it might be you like the same curve for puck, but it is more unlikely than likely.
06-14-2005, 02:34 AM
TPS Sundin is very close to a Coffey
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