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Of Ice Hockey Sticks
- Ice hockey (hockey in countries where it is the most popular form of hockey) is a team sport played on ice, in which skaters use sticks to direct a puck into the opposing team's goal. It is a fast-paced physical sport.
- Ice Hockey is an ice hockey video game designed by Activision programmer Alan Miller, and published by Activision.
- a game played on an ice rink by two opposing teams of six skaters each who try to knock a flat round puck into the opponents' goal with angled sticks
- A fast contact sport played on an ice rink between two teams of six skaters, who attempt to drive a small rubber disk (the puck) into the opposing goal with hooked or angled sticks. It developed in Canada in the 19th century
- (of a pointed object) Be or remain fixed with its point embedded in (something)
- Push a sharp or pointed object into or through (something)
- Fix something on (a point or pointed object)
- (stick) an implement consisting of a length of wood; "he collected dry sticks for a campfire"; "the kid had a candied apple on a stick"
- (stick) lodge: put, fix, force, or implant; "lodge a bullet in the table"; "stick your thumb in the crack"
- (stick) a small thin branch of a tree
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50 Things to Make with a Broken Hockey Stick
From the days when proto-humans lashed animal jawbones to sticks and whacked wildebeest-poop slapshots in Olduvai Arena to today's super-high-tech computer-assisted extravaganzas, one by-product of the hockey game has gone unnoticed and untapped. Until now . . . In 50 Things to Make with a Broken Hockey Stick, Peter Manchester transforms the agony of a fractured stick into the thrill of creation. Instructions and explicit cartoons show woodworkers of all abilities how to fashion items for outdoors, items for indoors, and items without any purpose at all. No basement artiste will ever throw away a broken hockey stick again. The finished projects will delight friends and win the respect of detractors, even those in the maker's own household. Using broken hockey sticks as tomato stakes is elementary compared with crafting a Walking Stick or a Pinata Stick. But Manchester goes far beyond making a stick out of a stick; his inventions encompass the full potential of this free and almost infinite resource. Even in this age of miracle materials, ordinary recreational hockey sticks are a tough, flexible composite of resin and wood, and the broken pieces are just too good to throw away. Truly practical designs include a modern Travois, a springy, long-range Catapult, and a Toilet Paper Holder for the well-appointed fishing camp. Science fair projects leap from the pages of 50 Things to Make with a Broken Hockey Stick: a Wind Vane, a combination Sun Dial and Snow Depth Gauge, and a Geodesic Dome that requires plenty of duct tape. Accessories for the home include a Curtain Rod for the bedroom of a hockey-crazed kid and a Lamp that really works. Fathers and children can bond as they manufacture gifts and sporting goods: a Pot Rack, a Wind Sail, an Ice Croquet Set, and a Bathroom Occupancy Designator. The book's piece de resistance is the Mock Moose, a trophy made from a skate and at least four stick blades.
Ice Hockey Player 40th Birthday Cake
A 12" vanilla cake for a 40th Birthday. The birthday boy is an ice hockey player, so the topper is a fondant figure of him in his hockey gear holding a walking stick like an old man (that's what his wife asked for), sitting on a giant hockey puk. I was pleased with the way this turned out - better than sketch I posted last week for the customer to see lol!
How to Tape a Hockey Stick - OR NOT.
This is a Custom made Pro-Stock Hockey Stick Grip. No need to tape your grip. We re-create your exact pattern out of Carbon Fiber and Rubber. Our grips are installed similar to a composite or wood endplug extension. These grips are really great if you are already installing an extension anyway.