old hockey sticks

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  1. c_mak

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    Hello all,

    Just bought a new house. New to me but an older home. Found an old hockey stick behind the furnace ( insert fire safety joke here) Or I think it is old. It is a SKOR special 3500, two dots on the top of the "o" special made in Russia. Any guesses as to how old etc.. what it might be worth and such ?
     
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    Is the shaft shaved down slightly toward the top?

    I'm only asking because I remember Dunham's and SportMart having Skor sticks sometime in the 1993 to 1995 time frame for about $8 apiece, and that's what I remember most as far as a distinctive feature.
     
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    Pretty sure I remember buying one/some of those sticks in the 80s. No idea about it's potential worth.
     
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    I remember those from the 80s I think they were black w/ yellow or gold weren't they? Just a cheap stick, doubt it's worth much now.
     
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    Thanks for the feedback. I was more curious than thinking I had a hespler original green. With all the graphite sticks I have purchased a few wooden ones. I'll wait 25 years and then the become antiques right?
     

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