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CCM Pro Stock RBZ Stage 2 Grip Sr. Composite Hockey Stick

CCM RBZ Stage 2 Pro Stock Hockey Stick

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Item #: ccm-hk-rbz-stage-2-pro

Availability: In stock

Original Price $259.99

Our Price $79.98

CCM Pro Stock RBZ Stage 2 Grip Sr. Composite Hockey Stick
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If you are one of the many out there that loved the RBZ, then you're going to love this next stick even more. We're talking about the RBZ Stage 2 stick from CCM, also powered by TaylorMade.

CCM Hockey and TaylorMade Golf have partnered, once again, on enhancing the technologies that made the original RBZ stick so great. The RBZ Stage 2 stick features what CCM likes to refer to as Power Swing Technology. This has a direct correlation to what golfers refer to as swing speed and basically means optimal weight distribution in order to give you a balanced stick with a smooth and fast swing motion. Just like the original RBZ, the Stage 2 has a constant flex profile in the shaft which gives you a Custom Kick Point that is determined by the placement of your lower hand. Typically, the kick point of a stick is predetermined by its construction for a specific type of release. The RBZ Stage 2, however, adapts to your playing style.

For the construction of the shaft, CCM uses an aerial grade carbon which is a contributing factor in the relatively light weight of this stick. The senior shaft uses a Traditional geometry with square-corners. The RBZ Stage 2 comes with the grip finish.

There's really no visible taper to the RBZ Stage 2 because of the constant flex profile, just a nice transition of where the blade and shaft meet.

The blade is where the most significant advancements occur on this stick. If you thought the puck came off your RBZ with high velocity, you'll probably freak out at how much faster it will be with the RBZ Stage 2. What makes it Freakishly Fast? Speedblade 2 has Freak Channels. Instead of using foam in the core, finely tuned channels circulate through the blade in such a way that the coefficient of restitution or C.O.R. is increased by 20% in comparison to the already fast speed channels design of the RBZ. Basically, this is a trampoline effect of the amount of energy return at the point of impact which results in a shot with increased velocity. These are some of the same principles that power the TaylorMade Rocketballz, which is why you'll find the "Powered by TaylorMade" graphic proudly displayed on the stick.

Don't settle for fast when you can be Freakishly Fast with the RBZ Stage 2 stick from CCM.

  • Due to the nature of pro stock sticks, sticks may have minor cosmetic blemishes and/or may not be exactly as described
  • Shaft texture may vary, grip or clear finish
  • No warranty

Product Questions

What are the Left 90 blade patterns (McEney, Mitchy, McCann, Lebonld, Mottau, Broll, Konan) comparable to?
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Can you describe the Russignol pattern? In other words, who's pattern does the Russignol compare to?
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does this stick come in grip
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Trying to order the pro stock stick ccm rbz stage 2 m-19h pattern that Alex Plante used while with the Oilers. It's the best stick and pattern I've ever used. Who uses that stick now so I can order all of them?
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How much does this stick weigh? The description mentions "relatively light weight" but does not specify. I realize it can vary depending on length, but how does it compare for example to the other RBZ baldes. I'm specifically interested in an 80 flex model.
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Who's curve is the closest to Ryan Nugent-Hopkins?
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Reviewed by Dustin
on June 13, 2018
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Pros: Comfortable, Versatile, Durable

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Perfect stick

I have played hockey for approximately 26 years. This is by far the best stick I have ever owned. I have an Easton and Bauer pro stock stick, but they don’t compare to this one. The grip, the durability, and the curve are all perfect.

Reviewed by CHIkane88
on January 10, 2018
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Built To Last

This 100 flex stick made it through 30 games of me playing defense blocking shots, hacking at pucks, and taking hard shots. It's missing some paint but truly stood the test of time. I'm 6'2" 225 lbs and this 100 flex was perfect. I keep buying Pro Stock versions of this stick when I can especially in the 61" length if available. I've purchased these sticks at varying price points and they are worth every penny!

Reviewed by 39
on July 24, 2016
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Great stick

Picked up an 80 flex Lindholm curve. Perfect flex for my size (5'9 160lbs) the most pop I've had in a stick using a quick half slapshot. Wasn't sure what I was in for with the curve, the thing is a banana, taking a little time to get used to since I prefer a straighter curve. Puck feel is a little better than stage 1. Comparing to my v9e, overall puck carry feel is better with the v9e, wrist shot seems the same, snap/slap I prefer the stage2.

Reviewed by Scheif
on July 24, 2016
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Great stick

This is the best stick i have ever had. Pro stock sticks are so much more durable than the basic line sticks. You might not get the lightest stick on the market but you get use to that. If your like me and dont want to buy a stick every 3-6 months then a pro stock model is for you.I had to email the company to determine length of stick though. this is a factor if cutting to judge flex. i use a 100 flex and was told all basic number models are 60 inches while player name models were 63. i do not know if this is the same with lower flex models. Be sure to email before buying to determine this.

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Pro Stock Hockey Sticks are not covered by a Manufacturer's Warranty.