Wood is what's good for hockey
Well, I totally disagree with the article.
The author states that composites are less accurate for shooting which nulifies their advantage? Really? I'm sure he's never used one. I would only agree that they're harder to receive a pass with.
He mentions that the MLB only allows wood bats because aluminum is too much of an advantage. Well, if baseball stadiums had moved all of their fences back 20 feet (a rough equivalent of modern goaltendending equipment and technique), the MLB would encourage aluminum in order to keep scoring. Since I started playing 15 years ago, there is now noticeably less net to shoot at. I think NHL goalie save percentages are probably too high these days.