A little something that we put together to

A little something that we put together to
help you understand the different types of
sticks available in today’s market.
The biggest things you need to consider
are the pattern (which now come with a
standard lie) and the flex.
Note: 80 % of people are now using Blade 1 or 2.
Find Your Blade Pattern
Pattern
Similar
Description
Lie
Depth
Curve
Face
The most popular pattern in the
game! Almost half of all the
sticks we bring in from teams
have this pattern.
5.5 - 6
12mm
½”
Mid-toe
Open
5.5 - 6
9/16th
Mid
Slightly
Open
4.5 - 5
9mm
3/8”
Mid-Heel
Closed
Easton: (E3) Hall / Sakic
Bauer: (P92) Backstrom / Naslund
Blade 1
CCM: (P19) Nugent-Hopkins / H11
Reebok: (P87A) Crosby
Great for puck control, quick
release, and Toe Drags.
Warrior: (W03) Henrique / Kopitar
Easton: (E36) Mid Curve / Iginla
Bauer: (P88) Kane / Lindros
Blade 2
CCM: (P40) Hossa / Thornton
Reebok: (P40) Perron / Hedman
Warrior: (W88) Zetterberg / Kovalchuk
Easton: (E4) Cammallari, / Zetterberg
Bauer: (PM9) Stamkos,/ Malkin
Blade 3
CCM: Couturier
Reebok: (P42) Duchene / Hamrlik
Warrior: (W01) Burrows / Savard
The very standard Mid Curve is
the next most popular pattern
we bring in.
It is great for stick handling,
wrist shots and quick release
This is for the player looking
for a stick that doesn’t have
much of a curve.
A very gradual small curve
where you get more blade on
the ice. It is great for handling
the puck and shooting forehand
and back
Easton: (P6) Parise / Drury
Bauer: (P91A) Stall
Blade 4
This is the most popular heel
curve. Comes with a rounded
toe and open face.
CCM: N/A
Reebok: (P36A) Phaneuf / Spezza
1/2”
Heel
Open –
Wedge
12mm /
½”
Mid
Closed
5
12mm
½”
Toe
Open
5.5
12mm
½”
6
12MM
½”
6
Built for shooting off the heel,
for heavy shots, going top
shelf, and deflections
Warrior: (W05) Granlund / Kovalev
Easton: Iginla /
Bauer: P12 (Custom)
Blade 5
CCM: H38
Reebok: (P38) Datsyuk
Warrior: NA
Easton: (E28) Open Toe
Bauer: (P14) Toews / (P08) Ovechkin
Blade 6
Warrior: (W28) Yakupov
Easton: (E5) Getzlaf / Lidstrom
Bauer: (P02) Kesler / Kronwall
CCM: Burns
Reebok: N/A
Warrior: (W02) Lidstrom
Easton: N/A
Bauer: (P106) Richards/Gagne
Blade 8
Players like this for quick
hands, puck control, and being
able to shoot from anywhere
on the blade (quick release).
CCM: N/A
Reebok: N/A
Warrior: N/A
5 - 5.5
We are bringing in a lot of
these types of sticks. It’s the
fastest growing pattern in
Hockey.
CCM: (P46) Landeskog
Reebok: (P46) Bergeron
Blade 7
Your typical mid-curve with a
smaller blade.
Used at the elite level for
keeping the puck on the toe for
quick release and
extreme
precision and accuracy
A lot of “Older Players” love
this pattern. Sorry it’s dying
off hard. Few players we work
with use this pattern.
Heel
Open
Built for shooting off the heel,
for slapshots and pinpoint
passes
A heel curve with a rounded
toe without the wedge to it
(less open).
Great for rising
saucer passes.
shots
and
Heel
Open
Finding Your Flex
Player
Typical
Stick
Height
JR
40-60 HockeyStickMan does not sell Junior sticks.
40”-50”
INT
HockeyStickMan is one of the few places where you can purchase pro stock
intermediate sticks! These are designed to allow the player to have the same
60-75
57”- 60”
blade size and feel but at a flex profile that suits their game. Typically used in
Pee-Wee and Bantam aged players and Great for Female Hockey.
SR
Model
Flex
Suggested Range
Your
Height
Your
Weight
3’8”-5’1”
70-120 Lbs
4’9”–5’8”
110-150Lbs
For the player seeking maximum load and release potential. Typically used in
75-82 Bantam – Midget (140-170 lbs), in No Slap Shot Men’s Leagues, and for Female 60”- 63”
Hockey.
5’8” and
up
140-170Lbs
SR
The most popular flex rating on the market, for Junior and Men’s hockey (17085-92 200 lbs), including elite level players. Allows for plenty of load and release 60”- 63”
potential, quick release, and control.
5’8” and
up
170-200Lbs
SR
designed for players that take all different kinds of shots.
The resistance
95-102 enables harder shots for Bigger and Stronger players (200+). A popular choice 60”– 63”
among taller players as adding an extension decreases the overall flex rating.
5’8” and
up
185+ Lbs
SR
Designed for tall and heavy players that take all different kinds of shots. These
105-115 are usually custom sticks and not available for sale at most stores. Of Course 63” – 66” 6’ and Up
we got them!
200+ LBS
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