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Why does a hockey stick have a hook on the end?

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Thread of a hockey stick is a hook shape as it allows the players to have more control of the ball. There are 3 different types of head and you can read all about them at this site: http://www.hockeysticks.co.uk/hockey_stick_head_shape.htm

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