Yes. You can use a saw.
no you can not cut an ice hockey stick, but you can break it with the right amount of force you can if you get a big scissors
The 2005 "Easton Stealth" composite hockey stick.
There are many brands of field hockey sticks but some are given below. STX Carba100 Senior Composite Field Hockey Stick STX C-103 Adult Composite Field Hockey Stick STX 361 Composite Field Hockey Stick Grays GX5000 Composite Field Hockey Stick Or you can find sticks from the link in the related links.
Unless the top of the stick goes above your forehead when you're wearing skates, there is no reason to cut it. If it does, however, you may cut it the same way you would a player's stick according to the material of the stick (composite, fiberglass, or wood).Hope this helped
in 1989 richard simpson invented a 5 pound composite stick
You shove a plug in it
A fibreglass hockey stick is a hockey stick with a layer/s of fibreglass to support the stick and usually layered over wood. A composite stick can have a range of materials e.g. kevlar, carbon fibre, armaid, glassfibre etc. It does not have any wood part. half composite sticks have part synthetic material, part wood. Overall, fibreglass is just a material used to make a stick composite. Wood hockey sticks tend to be better as they reduce stick shock on a cold day (where the stick vibrates when hitting the ball), however, composite have a huge amount of power when striking the ball.
The best kind of stick to purchase in field hockey is a composite stick. You may also buy a wooden one, but the composite sticks are heavier, making the ball go further when you hit it. However, composite sticks are more expensive. How do you know which are composite an which are wood? - It will either say it on the stick, or you will be able to tell by the weight of the stick. Composite sticks are a lot heavier.
take a hockey stick and mini hockey stick. line up the mini stick on the regular one and cut the regular one and you get a mini hockey stick
The first hockey stick was made by a man named Scott fieldstone a Scottish person in 1779.
It really doesn't make a difference (except that wood sticks tend to be heavier and you also get more flex in a composite stick). It is mostly your preference.
when the blade of the stick is on the ground cut it where your nose is when you are on skates
Hockey sticks can be made of wood, composite materials, plastic, metal (in ice hockey only) or a combination of all.
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.
usally 1-2 weeks
Some guy in the 90's
A stick made of synthetic composite materials (e.g. fiberglass, carbon fiber) instead of natural traditional materials (e.g. wood, plywood, metal).
The plastic film around the stick around 5cm up from the hook
its the jr o stick There isn't one. A 9 year old should be using a wood stick. actually there is one a nine year old neads a Bauer 140 composite stick even though wood is the fricken best
Composite Hockey sticks are sticks made from interwoven strands of fiberous materials such as carbon fiber. The insides are hollow making them light weight, but the interwoven construction allows for a flexible stick with as much strength as, if not more strength as a wooden one.