View Full Version : Good Wood Sticks For Inline
11-29-2001, 07:56 PM
I'm looking for advice on some good wood sticks to use for Inline. I play d, usually like to use the slap shot. Sometimes an ocasional wrist or snap. I'm about 5'9, 155lbs, pretty descent shot. I play indoors on sport court. Any advice would be appreciated. thanx
<P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by bubba795 on 11/29/01 08:36 PM.</EM></FONT></P>
11-29-2001, 08:08 PM
it depends on what surface you are on. for outdoor i have this wierd KOHO stick that i had given to me. For indoor/ice i use muskoka 9350's. They have great flex and are not too expensive (about 20bux a piece). Their only downside is that if your pro shop runs out of them, you have wait for the next shipment from Canada. I am around your size (only skinnier haha) and I play defense. I use to use a stiff Titan shaft with a titan blade until I tore up my back because the shaft I guess was too stiff. I picked up my first Muskoka about a month and a half ago and I love em. That is only my personal experience though. Your best bet is to put aside some time to go to your hockey shop and get the feel of what stick will suit you best.
11-29-2001, 11:22 PM
i like the bauer 300 impact with the grave curve
stick handles good for roller
12-15-2001, 11:10 PM
I would have to say the impact 300, because it has a good feel with the lightweight ball or puck used in inline, or the stick i have been using lately, the jofa one with that plastic type blade with the ergo grip. it is the only stick i found with a plastic balde that actually has a nice feel, most are like thrash
beleive it or not, i can play hockey
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