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Snowmass



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PostPosted: Tue May 18, 2010 5:55 am    Post subject: Hockey stick blade repair Reply with quote

Has anyone had any luck repairing a blade? IE-my kids $150 stick (4-5 months old) blade is chipped, fraying etc.... Any info/tips would be great please before I buy a new one.
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Puck Whisperer



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PostPosted: Wed May 19, 2010 1:19 pm    Post subject: Re: Hockey stick blade repair Reply with quote

Snowmass wrote:
Has anyone had any luck repairing a blade? IE-my kids $150 stick (4-5 months old) blade is chipped, fraying etc.... Any info/tips would be great please before I buy a new one.


I've useed these guys - obviously in Chaska but they have drop-offs at two other (sporting good store) locations. Shakopee & Bloomington.

http://www.stickfixchaska.com/fixpix.html
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Snowmass



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PostPosted: Sun May 23, 2010 9:00 am    Post subject: Re: Hockey stick blade repair Reply with quote

Puck Whisperer wrote:
Snowmass wrote:
Has anyone had any luck repairing a blade? IE-my kids $150 stick (4-5 months old) blade is chipped, fraying etc.... Any info/tips would be great please before I buy a new one.


I've useed these guys - obviously in Chaska but they have drop-offs at two other (sporting good store) locations. Shakopee & Bloomington.

http://www.stickfixchaska.com/fixpix.html


Thanks. I'll give them a try.
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usurhc



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PostPosted: Tue Jun 01, 2010 9:46 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

You can either cut off the blade and use that end for the butt. Then put a replacement blade where the old butt end used to be (make sure to use some resin or hot glue). Another thing you can try is purchasing some fiberglass coating. It is generally used for coating longboards, but I play with a guy that coats his wooden sticks to keep them stronger and lasting longer.
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