Will the flex in my hockey stick give me a hard shot?

By Gabriella Meier
Junior Category (Grades 7-8)
Experiment | Physics

Every hockey stick has a flex built into it. A stick with a flex that is half of the players weight is suppose to help a hockey player’s shot travel faster. My experiment will look at what different flex sticks do to the speed of my slap shot.

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