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West Covina schedule posted....Have you registered for WIHA finals yet? The AAA division is an OPEN division this year!!! Have you aged out? Try our Junior/Mens division this year!!!


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Tuesday, June 8, 2010

West Covina schedule
Here is the schedule for this weekend's event in West Covina. Click here if you would like to follow along with printable brackets. Have fun and get ready for the Finals!!!
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Sunday, June 6, 2010

Register now for WIHA Finals!!!

This Wednesday (June 9th ) is the deadline for finals registration.


 Do not miss out on the finals. This year the WIHA finals will be sponsored by Revision. We will have giveaways with every skills competition plus free raffle throughout the event. We will do everything possible to make sure all players still in school play after school is out. Please reach out to Trish at [email protected]

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How to wrap a hockey stick?
How to wrap a hockey stick?

Wrapping a hockey stick is a relatively easy process that can help you get a better grip on your stick and also customize the look of it. Follow these steps to wrap your hockey stick like a pro:

Step 1: Gather Supplies

For this job, you will need:

  • Hockey stick
  • Hockey stick tape
  • Scissors
  • Ruler

Step 2: Prepare the Tape

Cut two pieces of hockey stick tape that are each about 6 inches long. Make sure to leave enough tape at the top so that when you wrap it around the shaft of the hockey stick, it will be snug. You may also want to cut off any excess tape at the bottom to make it easier to wrap.

Step 3: Wrap the Hockey Stick

Start by wrapping one piece of tape around the shaft of the hockey stick. Make sure the tape is tight and that you overlap each piece slightly. Once you have wrapped the first piece, wrap the second piece in the opposite direction. This will create an X pattern on the shaft of the hockey stick.

Step 4: Trim the Tape

Once you have wrapped the hockey stick, use a ruler and scissors to trim any excess tape. Be sure to leave enough tape so that it does not come undone.

Step 5: Enjoy Your New Hockey Stick!

You have successfully wrapped your hockey stick! Now you can enjoy the improved grip and custom look of your new stick.

Wrapping your hockey stick is a great way to make it last longer and make sure it performs at its best. A well-wrapped stick can help you achieve optimal control and accuracy on the ice, so it’s important to take the time to do it right. Here’s a step-by-step guide to properly wrapping your hockey stick.

Gather Your Supplies

Before you begin wrapping your stick, you’ll need to gather the supplies needed to do it properly. You’ll need hockey stick tape, scissors, a razor knife, and a cloth. You may also want to have a towel or rag handy for any messes you might make.

Clean the Stick

Before you begin wrapping your stick, clean the shaft and the blade with a cloth and warm water. This will remove any dirt and debris that could interfere with the stick’s performance. Make sure the stick is completely dry before you begin wrapping.

Wrap the Shaft

Start by wrapping the shaft of the stick with hockey stick tape. Start at the bottom of the shaft and work your way up, keeping the tape tight. Make sure the edges of the tape are smooth and even to ensure the best grip. Wrap the tape around the shaft until you reach the top. Cut off the excess tape with scissors.

Wrap the Blade

Using a razor knife, carefully cut the hockey stick tape into strips that are the same width as the blade. Start at the heel of the blade and wrap the tape around the blade in a spiral pattern. Make sure the edges of the tape line up and the tape is tight. Wrap the blade until the entire blade is covered. Cut off any excess tape with scissors.

Finishing Touches

Finally, you’ll need to make sure the wraps are secure and even. Use a cloth to smooth out any bumps or wrinkles in the tape. You can also use scissors to trim any excess tape. And you’re done! Your hockey stick is now ready for action.

Choosing the Right Hockey Stick Wrap for Maximum Performance

Having a good hockey stick wrap is essential for any hockey player. It is important to choose the right wrap for your stick in order to maximize your performance. Here are some tips on how to choose the right hockey stick wrap:

  • Consider the weight: Hockey stick wraps come in various weights, from lightweight to heavy-duty. Choose a wrap that is lightweight enough for you to move your stick quickly and powerfully, but heavy-duty enough to protect your stick from wear and tear.
  • Think about grip: Hockey stick wraps come in various textures, from smooth to rough. Choose a wrap that gives you the right amount of grip, so you can better control the puck.
  • Choose the right color: Hockey stick wraps come in a variety of colors. Choose a color that is aesthetically pleasing and will also help you stand out on the ice.

By following these tips, you can be sure to find the right hockey stick wrap for your needs. With the right wrap, you can maximize your performance and take your game to the next level.

Tips and Tricks for Wrapping a Hockey Stick Like a Pro

Wrapping a hockey stick is an essential skill for any aspiring hockey player. It takes practice and patience to master this skill, but the results are worth it. Here are some tips and tricks to help you wrap your hockey stick like a pro.

Clean the Stick

Before you begin wrapping your stick, it's important to make sure it's clean. Use a soft cloth and some warm, soapy water to get rid of any dirt or debris that may be on the surface. This will ensure the tape sticks securely and looks great.

Choose the Right Tape

There are many different types of tape you can use to wrap your stick. You'll want to choose a tape that is strong and durable, so it can withstand the wear and tear of playing hockey. Hockey tape is often the best choice as it is designed specifically for this purpose.

Start at the Bottom

When you are ready to begin wrapping, start at the bottom of the stick and work your way up. This will help ensure that the wrap looks even and is tight. Start by wrapping the tape around the bottom of the stick and then move up in a spiral pattern.

Secure the Ends

Once you have wrapped up to the top of the stick, it's important to secure the ends of the tape. Use a small piece of tape to secure the end of the wrap and make sure it won't come undone. This will ensure the stick is properly wrapped and will stay that way.

Check for Bubbles

Finally, take a look at your wrap to make sure there are no bubbles or gaps. If you see any, use a small piece of tape to secure them. This will make your wrap look even and professional.

With these tips, you should now have the knowledge to wrap your hockey stick like a pro. Just remember to take your time and practice to perfect the skill.

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