How do I tape a wooden hockey blade for ice hockey?
I have a two-piece composite stick with a wooden blade. How do I tape the blade? How necessary is taping the blade? How frequently do I need to tape the blade? Any info would be greatly appreciated!
Asked By: E S - 9/10/2008
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Start with a strip of tape along the bottom of the blade about 1.5 inches from each end. Fold the edges over onto the front and back of the blade. Press this tape down with a puck on the 3 sides and the 2 corners... More
Answered By: Coach Scott - 9/11/2008
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Well you wanna start taping from the heel for starters otherwise your tape job will be all messed up by the tip of the blade. As for the other things it a matter of preference the longer you play the more you will figure out your tendencies and which tape patterns you like. Oh and the reason you put tape on is for a... More
Answered By: JOSHUA H - 9/11/2008
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