best place for getting wood sticks?

Discussion in 'The Rink' started by Skroob*, Sep 21, 2006.

  1. Skroob*

    Skroob* Guest

    i know they are kinda out of fashion these days, but anyone know the best place for getting wood sticks?

    I went back to using an old Bauer Professional Bure pattern (black shaft with red+white lettering, white blade), and i have to say, i liked it a lot. Gotta find some new ones though. ;)
     
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    A forest! :sarcasm:

    What's brown and sticky?
    A stick! :biglaugh:

    Sorry, my allergy pills are making me a little loopy today. Do you mean best price? And are you shopping around for different styles/blade patterns or do you just need to find more of the stick you've got?
     
  3. Skroob*

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    Its just hard to find wooden sticks at all. Almost all the sports store i go to now almost always have just shafts and one-pieces, or if they do have an all-wood stick, its the cheap kind you would get your kid for their first one.
     
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    LOL .. when I see the thread , I was thinking the same thing :biglaugh:

    I live Montreal and I don't think that we got the same shop . Just cheking at some shop in your town and compare the price and ask question to seller . That the best thing to do IMO .
     
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