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    mounting hockey sticks?

    Hey Fellas,

    I don't post in this forum much well b/c I don't follow hockey but I need some help from some fellow JETS fans

    My boss got a hockey stick signed and he wants me to mount it on a wall in our office. this is one of those duties as assigned things. obviously, I have never mounted a hockey stick b4 and I am looking for some advice that does not include putting three screws through the shaft.

    can anyone help me out?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LI2OH View Post
    Hey Fellas,

    I don't post in this forum much well b/c I don't follow hockey but I need some help from some fellow JETS fans

    My boss got a hockey stick signed and he wants me to mount it on a wall in our office. this is one of those duties as assigned things. obviously, I have never mounted a hockey stick b4 and I am looking for some advice that does not include putting three screws through the shaft.

    can anyone help me out?
    Depends how much it's worth.

    If it's valuable, I would suggest getting an enclosed wall mountable case with UV protection. I have a game used/signed Bobby Orr and a Mario Lemieux l have mounted. For example.

    http://www.displaycaseart.com/hkystick.html

    http://shop.ebay.com/items/hockey%20..._dmd=1&_sop=12

    If it's not valuable and/or he doesn't want to invest too much money, then you can just hang some S-hooks or something similar on the wall to put the stick on.

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    Thumbs up

    Thanks dude!

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