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Re: stick

The staff at PH won’t know. I suggest calling Bauer and getting a representative to explain the intricate design of said mite stick.

Re: stick

Gotta have a grip. If you don’t you’re setting him up to fail.

Also best to buy the most expensive stick cause they have the most goals in them.

Make sure you track all his goals in a spreadsheet so you can show the coaches during tryouts

Re: stick

I hear the top scoring mites all use pro-stock sticks. 35 flex, mid kick,slightly tacky, & heel curve.
Difficult to find, but worth the effort.

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Anon
I hear the top scoring mites all use pro-stock sticks. 35 flex, mid kick,slightly tacky, & heel curve.
Difficult to find, but worth the effort.
best to buy two sticks just in case one runs out of goals/stops working and don't forget the double sided tape then use plenty of wax.

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Dave A
Gotta have a grip. If you don’t you’re setting him up to fail.

Also best to buy the most expensive stick cause they have the most goals in them.

Make sure you track all his goals in a spreadsheet so you can show the coaches during tryouts
Also don't forget the proper flex. Have him lean on it in the store to see if the flex suits him. Also the kick point. Flex is really null if you don't have the proper kick point for a mite stick.

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anon
grip or no grip for mites?
been playing ‘no grip’ since beginning
Depends on if your kid wants to make the Brick team. I think 3/4 of the Brick team use the grip. Maybe that matters to you. Hope this helps.