Monday, December 17, 2012

Remember this post...

Way back in 2009 we wrote a post that hinted at Floorball possibly having way better sticks than Ice Hockey... We worded it like this...

Well, we have touched base on this subject a few times after that - but it is rather interesting to see how the Floorball design of the Twist X3M stick made its way to Salmings New Hockey stick.
And just to manifest this we will show you the latest from up north, as we do not think this stick is available in the US yet (in case you not order from them in Canada)... we want to share how it is marketed against Hockey folks in Canada.

Let us just point out the main thing in this story - IT IS NOT FLOOR HOCKEY or any other similar Hockey emulation that have contributed to Ice Hockey like this - it is Floorball..dude.

A truly revolutionary hockey stick
A hockey stick with a twist in the shaft?
Borje Salming and Mats Sundin used it to score at the Hockey Hall of Fame Legends Game... and now you can, too!
Just arrived in Canada, the Salming M11 WRTX noticeably improves your shot with an innovative twist in the shaft. Borje Salming paved the way for European players to join the world's greatest league, so it's only fitting that his hockey company is the first to introduce revolutionary Twist technology to the sport.

Watch Borje Salming talk about Mats Sundin and the stick to after the game.
Dare to be different! The Salming M11 WRTX is available in JuniorIntermediate and Seniorversions exclusively from at a special introductory price discounted 20 to 30%.
There is still time to get this stick under your tree!
We realize your purchases need to get to you in time for the holidays. To make sure you get the products you order in time, ship with UPS Express service (additional charges apply) and order by Monday Dec 17th 5 PM EST. Pick up from Thornhill, Ontario is also possible. When upgrading to UPS Express service or if you wish to pick up, please call Sonja at 416-972-9305 x103 to confirm the cost and that your order will make it by the desired date.
How do I get in touch?
We're here to help you! If you have any questions about floorball, don't hesitate to contact us by phone at 1-855-FLR-BAL1 or by email at You can write us onTwitter or Facebook, too.
The FloorballPro Team
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Research suggest that eye-injuries are more common in Floorball as compared to Tennis, but less common as compared to Squash (similar to Racquetball).
To minimize this risk of injury Floorballcentral recommend: Use certified protective eye-wear (mandated in many European areas for the youth). Do not lay down on the court. Follow the rules strict on stick height.

Also if you get addicted to this sport - do not blame us!