So, I’ve gotten tired of breaking hockey sticks everytime that they get stepped on (yeah, I’m a floor hockey player and not a real hockey player. It’s all that I can get living South o’ the Mason-Dixon. Yeah, that’s the reason and not my inability to skate… :wally ) and my last stick, a nifty carbon-fibre job that I expected to last for a long time, lasted just 4 games before the blade got snapped off.
So, I’ve decided that I’m going to try and beat the problem by getting a two-piece stick so that the next time I break a blade, I can just replace it and continue with the same shaft. However, I have no idea how the blade actually attaches to the shaft, so before I go out and buy one I’d thought I’d turn to the Dope for the answer. I guess, as a secondary question, is there any other equipment/material that I’ll need to buy other than the shaft and a blade or two?
I would just go and ask all these questions at a store, but well, Sports Authority ain’t exactly known for their knowledge, ya know?