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- CCM Ribcor Trigger 7 Senior Hockey Stick by CCM$174.99 Original Price $229.99 You Save 24%
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- Bauer Vapor Hyperlite 2 Senior Hockey Stick by Bauer$339.99
- CCM Jetspeed FT6 Pro Junior Hockey Stick by CCM$249.99
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Learn about Composite Hockey Sticks
Composite hockey sticks have revolutionized the game with their lightweight and durable construction. Typically made from a combination of materials like carbon fiber, they offer an unparalleled feel and shot power. Suitable for players of all ages, composite sticks are available in various sizes, including youth, junior, intermediate, and senior. Here you’ll find an array of options to suit individual preferences, skill levels, and physical statures.
Composite Hockey Stick Flex Chart
|Hockey Stick Flex Chart|
|Age Group||Height||Weight||Stick Flex|
|Tyke (3 - 5)||3'0" - 3'10"||30 - 65 lbs.||20 - 25 flex|
|Youth (5 - 8)||3'6" - 4'8"||40 - 80 lbs.||30 - 40 flex|
|Junior (7 - 12)||4'4" - 5'1"||70 - 110 lbs.||40 - 52 flex|
|Intermediate (11 - 14)||4'11" - 5'8"||95 - 140 lbs.||55 - 70 flex|
|Senior (14+)||5'7" - 6'1"+||150 - 210+ lbs.||75 - 100+ flex|
Finding the Right Composite Hockey Stick Flex for You
Choosing the correct flex for your composite hockey stick is crucial for maximizing performance. The flex rating indicates the stick’s bending capability; a lower number means a stiffer stick, while a higher number is more flexible. Generally, players weighing more should opt for a stiffer flex, whereas lighter players might prefer more flex. Your playing position and shooting style also play a part. Forwards often favor a more flexible stick for quicker wrist shots, while defensemen may lean towards stiffer options for powerful slap shots.
Composite Hockey Sticks FAQ
Why are composite sticks so popular?
Composite sticks have become the go-to choice for many due to their advanced features. Brands like Bauer, CCM, True, and Warrior offer varied lines catering to specific positions and playstyles. Depending on your needs, you can choose from low flexpoint, mid flexpoint, or high flexpoint sticks, each offering distinct advantages on the ice.
How long does a composite hockey stick last?
The lifespan of a composite hockey stick is influenced by multiple elements. Intensity of play tops the list: those competing in elite youth (AAA) or Junior leagues (USHL) will find their sticks wear out faster due to the rigorous nature of these leagues. Moreover, stick quality varies across brands, with top-end models boasting superior materials that enhance longevity.
What is the difference between wood and composite hockey sticks?
Composite hockey sticks generally overshadow their wooden counterparts in terms of weight and durability. They are noticeably lighter, granting players better puck handling and shot speed. Additionally, they offer more durability and a diverse range of flex and blade patterns. On the other hand, wood sticks, while heavier and less versatile, are budget-friendly. Explore our vast selection of composite hockey sticks to find the perfect match for your game.
Do NHL players use composite hockey sticks?
Without a doubt, NHL players universally prefer composite hockey sticks. They are prized for their lightweight nature, customization options, and performance enhancements. All leading brands, including CCM, Bauer, True, and Warrior, offer composite sticks tailored for the highest level of play.
What composite hockey sticks do NHL players use?
While individual preferences vary, Bauer, CCM, True, and Warrior dominate the NHL scene. CCM leads the pack in terms of player adoption, closely trailed by Bauer. The choice often boils down to specific customizations and endorsements.
How do I size a composite hockey stick correctly?
Correct sizing is essential for optimum performance. Ideally, while on skates, the top of the stick should reach between your chin and nose. Without skates, it should be under your chin. However, players’ preferences differ: some opt for longer sticks for extended reach or defensive plays, while others prefer shorter sticks for better puck handling.
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