How to make your sticks last longer

As a men’s league hockey player I know the pain of breaking a hockey stick. I’m a frugal guy, so every time I was in a sports store I would look for big discounts on hockey sticks so I could have some backups when needed. My frugality led me to focusing on how to get the most life out of each stick. Over the last few years I’ve found a few ways to prevent a hockey stick from breaking that I share in the video below

Now that my website is a little more popular I have the good fortune of receiving hockey sticks to review. Even though I haven’t bought a stick in a while, I still do my best to protect my twigs! If you have any more tips on how to prevent hockey sticks from breaking, share them in the comments.

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2 Comments
  1. Reply Jack December 29, 2015 at 12:20 pm

    Hello,
    I am moving into a new house in a few weeks that has a single car garage. My parents are going to let me use the garage for my hockey training……however the garage is sloped on an angle.

    So is it bad to train shooting uphill? What are some alternatives? Thank you

    – Jack

  2. Reply Tom December 26, 2015 at 12:51 pm

    For the last 25 years I have been coating my taped blades with model airplane dope (you just paint it on with a brush…it is used to coat and seal paper coverings on model airplanes or fabric coverings on full size airplanes); it waterproofs the tape and makes it last 10 times longer. You can buy it in hobby stores.

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