What stick should I get? help!

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  1. SomeoneWhoKnowsRory

    SomeoneWhoKnowsRory Registered User

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    Well I got an Easton Synergy Ultra stick from Canadian tire (Ya I know!) But I haven't found any info on this stick anywhere on the internet..The stick costed roughly $150.

    Now I went to Sportschek today and seen a Easton Synergy Si-Core Grip stick for $116.99 and I like the stick..

    Do you guys know what sticks these are? And which one should I go with?
     
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    i like the si core...but id go with Warrior sticks...dolomite kovalev is the best stick i have ever used.
     
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    Thanks, Anyone else have an opinion? Have you see the Easton Synergy Ultra before?
     
  4. JonathanK

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    yeah i would not go with the synergy ultra. sportchek is the best place for sticks, and that is a nice price for a si-core. i have one and love it (not as good as my RBK 6k though).
     
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    i think the ultra is a canadian tire SMU, i think it's basically a synergy 350. The si-core is a better stick.
     
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    I've always loved the good old wood, VIC Grezkty.....great stick
     
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    I just got a Synergy ST for Christmas, and I love it. It's a little heavier than other composites, but I think the toughness is worth the tradeoff!
     
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    I brought back my Easton Synergy Ultra and got The Si-Core Grip, I love it just holding it haha. 455 grams with grip <3. 10 Performance, 9 Wear.
     
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    Is the rbk 1k composite stick really at 12$ at canadian tire?
     
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    Just got a TPS Nash RS 2 Blue or some crap
     
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    you should forget about those sticks and look at the new rbk sickick.. there really good sticks,they have a little bit of weight to them but not alot
     
  13. Whiplash27

    Whiplash27 Quattro!!

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    Warrior Dolomite
    Whenever one of my sticks breaks, this will be my next baby :)
    http://hockey.lax.com/item.phtml?page=product_4189_front.phtml

    Speaking of which I gotta put my Kovalev blade on my AK-27. I have a draper or drury one of the two and I don't like the shot on it. However I like how the AK flexes more when I take a wrister than the Easton Ultra-Lite.
     
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    I'm thinking about getting a Mission Toxic Hossa curve stick flex85 , it's pretty cheap $80, any opinions? :help:
     
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    Actually cheaper than $80...they're listing them for like $60 online. But I do believe it's the new price point stick for Mission replacing the Axis line. So your gonna get what you pay for, gonna be heavier and not as good performing as something nicer. But hey, I play beer league with cheaper OPS and don't care cause I suck :D
     
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    Depends on what you like.

    I have a mission that I love, but I think my next stick is going to be a 2 piece, probably a zbubble or something similar in a 65-75 flex. I'm getting sick of breaking the blades all the time.
     

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