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    Default New Stick Recommendations

    My BEAUTIFUL Easton Stealth CNT just snapped right through the middle of the shaft the other week and im trying to find others opinionson new sticks similar to the CNT Stealth. This has been by far my favorite stick and I really loved everything about it, so if ANYONE has an 85 flex grip or no grip CNT Stealth with the Forsberg, Heatley, Gaborik or Sakic blade please tell me, or where I could find one, (I've tried Hockeymonkey and Hockey Giant but none had my blade/flex). I'm really bummed that they stopped making the stick and personally I don't like the feel of the new S17 Stealth, so anyways any recommendations are appreciated!

    Thanks guys

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    AnaheimICE pro-shop sells them. They have those patterns and flex's. They have alot too.

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    I would go to play it again sports in Redondo Beach/Torrance. I picked up my black beauty (black Balistick--or however you spell it- pro stock) for 65

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    Quote Originally Posted by mudfisher View Post
    AnaheimICE pro-shop sells them. They have those patterns and flex's. They have alot too.
    Hey thanks so much man, I just called in and had them set me aside one with all my specifications.

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    No problem....Currently my favorite stick. Just don't use Heatley 100 right handed and I wont regret telling you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mudfisher View Post
    No problem....Currently my favorite stick. Just don't use Heatley 100 right handed and I wont regret telling you.
    Heatley 85 Right

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    If you can afford it buy an extra or two to stash in the garage. Once you find a stick you adore the longer it's out of commission its usually hard as hell to find.

    (RIP Curtis Curve Victoriaville. :()

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unruely35 View Post
    If you can afford it buy an extra or two to stash in the garage. Once you find a stick you adore the longer it's out of commission its usually hard as hell to find.

    (RIP Curtis Curve Victoriaville. :()


    I'm actually always trying out a new blade type each time around. I think I've found my permanent blade for the future though and shouldn't stray too far from that from here on out. If I like it, I'll buy it in bulk. It'll either be a Nike/Bauer P92 pattern blade or a Louisville TPS Nash pattern blade.

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