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Find the perfect hockey stick for you

Are you looking for the perfect hockey stick? It’s not one size fits all, so there are some things to consider before purchasing so you can find the perfect hockey stick for your game.

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When shopping for a hockey stick, consider the following factors to ensure you find the perfect hockey stick for you .

The first thing to consider is the flex of the stick . The flex is how much the stick will bend when you hit the puck. A good rule of thumb is to choose a stick with a flex that is about half of your body weight. For example, if you weigh 150 pounds, you would want a stick with a 75-pound flex.

Another thing to consider is the length of the stick . You want to choose a stick that is comfortable for you to hold and that will allow you to get good power behind your shots. There are two good ways to find the right stick length – first, without skates on, hold the stick out in front of you, straight up and down, and see if it comes up to your nose. If it does, then it’s the right size. You can also do the same with skates on, but make sure the stick comes up to your chin instead.

The final thing to think about is the blade pattern . The blade pattern is the way the curves on the blade are arranged. There are many different patterns available, so it is important to choose one that feels comfortable for you and gives you the most power behind your shot. Since different curves work best for different positions and types of players, it’s best to do a little research and ask experienced players about what might work best for your needs.

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