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One-piece stick (OPS) or two-piece If you go one piece, the stick is lighter and has a consistent kick point because there is no break between blade and shaft. Two-piece sticks, meanwhile, allow you to choose a combination of shaft and blade that works best for you, giving you more control over the final product. This method can also help save you a couple bucks if you find yourself consistently breaking only the blade/shaft.

You also need to consider flex, which ranges from 40 to 115. Sticks listed with a higher flex will have a stiffer shaft, while the lower flex sticks will have more whip to them. What works best for you will depend on your age, position and how you like to play the game. Bigger players will often want stiffer shafts to handle their weight, while lighter players often prefer more flex. Younger players are usually better served by sticks with a greater flex until they're able to determine what flex style feels best to them when shooting. Defensemen are more prone to choose a stiffer shaft, while forwards tend to go with a more flexible shaft for a quick release.

Some companies try to deliver professional-quality sticks at the Retail level, while others shrug and save their best work for the pros themselves. My experience has been that Pro Stock sticks are generally much more durable than their Retail counterparts, and come with a noticeable performance upgrade. The question comes down to availability and value.

Pro Stock sticks often come with highly-customized blade patterns, so this can be a good or bad thing depending on how well you like a particular pattern. I will say that the quality of the stick itself is usually so high that you as a player will spend less time compensating for the pattern itself, and more time shooting and stick-handling on autopilot.

One advantage of Retail sticks is that the blade patterns are relatively-consistent. You can expect an Easton E3 on a Mako II stick to be very similar to an Easton E3 on an Easton HTX stick. But the quality of a Pro Stock stick itself is so high that unless a blade pattern is completely detrimental for the player in question, the Pro Stock stick becomes a major upgrade.

Had he paid anything similar to what he paid for his Retail 1X for a Pro Stock stick, it would have been like Randy jumped out of a plane with no parachute. Pro Stock sticks generally cost less than their Retail counterparts, but Retail sticks also have Warranty protection for instances such as this.

As a prospective buyer, the question becomes how much you will pay for a unique-looking or highly customized pair of gloves. The quality of high-end gloves at the Retail level has become so great that the differences between the Easton Pros you can buy at most hockey stores and the Easton Pros worn by Marian Gaborik are miniscule.

If you are looking at Pro Stock helmets, you are far more likely to see batches of helmets from Junior or minor-league hockey teams. Depending on your needs, you may be able to pick up a higher-end helmet for a fraction of the cost. A team-issued helmet would likely fit more like a standard Retail helmet than a NHL helmet crafted for a specific player.

Reboot Hockey is predicated on making needed and requested equipment modifications, so I am not criticizing the value of all Pro Stock hockey gear. But you should know as a consumer that the market for Pro Stock gear is quite inflated, as Pro Stock gear is often a combination of a collectible and the highest-quality product available.

In any event, most consumers today are extremely value-conscious, and Hockey Players (or their parents) are no different. Finding the best product for the best price has become an ongoing project for most people involved in the sport. Helping to break down some of the advantages and differences between Retail and Pro Stock hockey gear is the primary goal of this article.

A collection of various sticks from an assortment of Pro leagues. Multiple flex's curves and heights. Please see all pictures for exact curve of stick. Descriptions are mainly a guide of closest known comparable curve.

The most notable differences between the two sticks, beyond their feels, are the graphics. The graphics on the JetSpeed are metallic dark red on black, which is harder to read or pick up in photos. The CCM logo is no longer easily visible.

Apparently that hockey stick is the first third-party peripheral Nintendo has approved to include with a game. The stick houses the nunchuk near the butt (nearest you so thumbstick can steer players) and the Wiimote further down the shaft towards the ground, for the gestures: slapshots, wrist shots, body checks, poke checks and more with the trigger used as a modifier.

In the case of the former, pharmaceutical stocks are more than just high-dividend yielders. They now have the potential for multiple expansion as top- and bottom-line earnings-per-share growth recovers. The patent cliff is behind them, and the industry is leaner, and more focused on driving higher returns. Most importantly, pipelines are improving, and the Food and Drug Administration is more accommodative.

Big news at the recent American Society of Clinical Oncology of advances in cancer treatment moved the stocks of companies large and small; Merck, Bristol-Meyers Squibb, Celgene and Tesaro, to name a few.

Bottom line, the stocks are more than just high-yielding bonds, there is an equity kicker as EPS and multiples improve. And biotech's gains can likely keep pace with cyclicals leveraged to an economic recovery (especially since no one is calling for the hockey stick variety).

NHL players go through new hockey sticks expeditiously. Some go through over 100 sticks in a season, even cutting and taping a new twig for every single game, but that may be changing around the league due to a temporary shortage to two of the major stick brands. 59ce067264


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