the worlds oldest hockey stick would be the Louis ville or northlands
Yes i wouldn't use a very expensive one though, i would use a older stick that you had before or buy a kind of cheap stick probably around $20-$50 ------------------------- There are generally four types of materials used to make hockey stick blades; wood, composite graphite, ABS resin, and plastic. Most of these blades, depending on the model, also have some type of fiberglass weave integrated into their design. Wood blades are meant to be used on ice only. The bottom of the blade will splinter fairly quickly on any other surface making the stick useless. Composite graphite blades are used on ice and sport court (roller hockey) surfaces only. ABS resin blades can really be used anywhere and plastic blades are used for street hockey only (ball only). Plastic blades are not stiff enough to handle the weight of pucks. If your ice hockey stick as has an ABS resin blade, using it for street hockey will not be a problem. Otherwise, I would seriously discourage you from using it outside. Instead, Bauer, Sherwood, TRON, and Frontier all make relatively cheap street hockey sticks ($25 or less).
people would play hockey with a stick and a rock shuffling it around like in hockey. hope this helps
The rating for a hockey stick's breaking point is 2,000 pounds per square inch. If it is an older stick, the needed force would be significantly reduced.
For ice hockey, it would be skating and controlling the stick/puck at the same time. For field and indoor hockey, it would be dribbling on the run.
A composite hockey stick is made from a synthetic material such as carbon fiber and is seen as lighter and to have more flex than a wood hockey stick. The flex of the stick is often rated on the stick and the amount of flex is a preference of the player. Flex can be seen as important because it causes a snapping of the stick during a snap or slap shot which causes the puck to release at a higher velocity. however often the more flex a stick may have the easier it may break.
you can give her some hockey cards, buy her a jersey, get her a hockey stick, get her a poster, get her a video game about hockey, design her a hockey shirt or maybe get her a movie about hockey.
To determine the exact value of a hockey stick autographed by the Pittsburgh Penguins, a few different factors would actually need to be taken into consideration. Some of these things would be, the authenticity of the signatures, age and condition of the stick.
Yes you can get Left Handed Field Hockey Stick,however... unfortunately due to the rules and regulations of The International Field Hockey Federation it would be illegal to play with it at present.
Indoor and Outdoor Field Hockey Sticks differ in thickness, so no it wouldn't be a good idea due to it being thinner than an outdoor stick. Would be better to use an outdoor stick!
I would say it depends on the type of stick if it is a high quallaty stick i would say around 5000 usd
The value of a game used hockey stick signed by Eric Lindros actually depends on a number of things. The authenticity and condition of the stick would need to be taken into consideration when determining value.
To play floor hockey, one would need a lightweight plastic ball, or a heavier ball. Sometimes a normal hockey stick, field hockey or bandy sticks are required.
this is a very easy one it would mean that the stick right handed
The stick would have an approx. value of $125.00 - $150.00 if it not game used. However, if it was game used by Potvin or Bossy for instance, it would have a value of $250.00 - $500.00. If you are interested in vintage hockey memorabilia, please visit my web site at: It features old hockey team photos, hockey autographs and game used hockey memorabilia.
No, the puck cannot accelerate because the exact moment the hockey stick touches the puck, that will be the maximum speed it will reach. for the puck to go faster, it would need extra propulsion methods. Ice would not make it go faster.
i would say about at the least $375
It is permitted to use an outdoor hockey stick for training purposes only. If players or a team is playing in an indoor tournament outdoor sticks are usually not allowed unless the tournament allows the use of them. most national tournaments would not allow the use of outdoor sticks but some local tournament organisers may allow the use of outdoor hockey sticks but this is very rare. It is advised that players who play indoor hockey regularly play with an indoor hockey stick.
If one is left handed they would just use a regular hockey stick. They are all made to be to be ambidextrous so that right and left handed people can use them easily.
Nothing. The modern hockey stick is designed to be the most effective tool which fits all requirements of the regulations, and the variations on that are so wide-ranging there exists almost no new design which could improve it.
Well Hulk Hogan was a wrestler, not a hockey player, but i'd think it would be worth about $150. Roughly
Depends on where the cut is but cutting it to fit your height is fine.