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Why is the heel of my composite stick splitting?


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  • SaveByRichter35 changed the title to Why is the heel of my composite stick splitting?

Just a guess: Get some pics of yourself in different play situations:  I bet the only part of your stick resting on the ice is the heel. This was a common problem with wood sticks back in the day when the only variable was lie. Worn heel meant you needed a lower lie.If the heel is the only thing touching in your stance you may need to adjust the paddle length.

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On 1/24/2020 at 7:06 PM, goalieThreeOne said:

Tape all the way past the heel to the bottom of the paddle. Overlap the tape by 50% so there's always at least two layers of tape covering the heel. Change your tape often. I have the same issue if I don't pay attention to my tape coverage.

This - plus wax the tape along the bottom edge.

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On 1/28/2020 at 3:52 PM, coopaloop1234 said:

A rare glimpse of Lucky in his natural habitat as he releases his daily dad joke

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Close, buddy - but I actually wear my mask out to restaurants. Yeah, it's hard enough to drink with the mask on, let alone eat with it - but it allows for maximum embarrassment of family members.

I fixed it for you:

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