No. Left-handed sticks are by definition against the rules.
All hockey sticks are right handed.
senior sticks are bigger and beefier than junior sticks
yes is this a serious question?
The main difference is that the total 1 limited edition hockey sticks are a limited edition!
Yes. Right-handed sticks are by far the most common, and are the only ones permitted by rule. They have the flat side on the left side when the hook is facing away from the body, meaning they are used in a right-handed fashion. Left-handed sticks are virtually nonexistent (because they are illegal for use and so are not not worth the time to make or use), but can be found in some specialised places. They are the mirror image of right-handed sticks.
Yes, they make both types of sticks
Graphite sticks are much lighter and they can flex much more.
Ice hockey is played on ice, while field hockey is played on a grass surface, the rules in field hockey are kinder than ice hockey, and the sticks vary between versions.
the stiffness of the stick when u flex it
it means light or medium i think