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.
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.
you first need to get wood and then carve it to hockey stick form. then paint it to make it an officully hockey stick.
Composite materials used to make hockey sticks include fiberglass, Kevlar, and carbon fiber. Click on the 'Hockey Stick Materials' link on this page to read more about them. Most popular are graphite carbon fiber sticks
Yes reebok does make hockey sticks
out of wood.
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
In your dreams.
Hockey stick wax is specialty wax applied to the tape on a blade of a hockey stick. It is used to make your tape last longer and often is sticky to help control the puck better
The hockey stick is shaved with a blade. no--how do you shape the blade?--how do youn make the toe round and thin?
No. Throwing your stick in any attempt to hit the ball is against the rules, and is penalised very severely in every form of hockey.
to make the stick look better
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The size of a hockey stick is different for everyone. The general rule of thumb is to make sure the stick comes up to your nose when standing on flat feet, and comes up to your chin when on skates.
The same way people make candle wax. Hockey wax and candle wax are the same thing. And if you are thinking about using stick wax do it. You will see a big different in your puck control
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).
ye u can make it out of wood also use a baseball bat!
since you can not play hockey with out at least some sort of a make shift blade attached to a stick,pole,or shaft,they simply made hockey when they made hockey sticks.
Carve it out of wood (It won't be that effective in real play though)
You can usually look it up online to find them, but they are always found on places that make custom wood hockey sticks.
It wouldn't be impossible, but you'd need more than the basic components of the hockey stick to make one. If you manufactured such a device, you'd also be required to get NFA licensing for it, since such a device would fall into the little-known about 'AOW' class.
Why would you want to. Kevlar is to make socks cut resistant
That doesnt make any sence at all what so ever :L
Hockey sticks don't have a best make. It depends on what position you are, your style and how comfortable you feel with the stick. Without these factors you may not be playing the game to your full potential. It is better to ignore the make of stick; rather, focus on how you feel about the stick, whether it is too heavy, the right/wrong shape, if you can hit well with it, etc. There are many brands and it is best to try all that you can before making a decision.