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Easton Hockey Sticks & Blades

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Ready For Ice Time: Shop Easton® Hockey Sticks

With an Easton® hockey stick, you’ll be ready when the puck drops. Easton® sticks are fine-tuned for nothing but performance on the ice.

Select from senior, junior and intermediate Easton® hockey sticks, crafted from a variety of high-quality materials.

Hockey players of all skill levels can choose from a variety of shafts, blades, grips and other features for the stick that lives up to their game. Looking for more? Check out the entire collection of Easton® sports equipment.

Buying Tips

Get a game-changing shot with the help of Easton® hockey sticks. Think about these factors when selecting your Easton® stick:

Determining Stick Length: Skill level typically determines stick length. Junior sticks are generally between 46 and 54 inches, while senior sticks are between 56 and 62 inches. Offensive players usually have a slighter shorter stick, which supports better puck control. Defensive player

Determining Sting Lie: The lie is the angle between your blade and shaft. The lie number is printed on the front of your stick’s shaft and ranges between 4 and 8. The higher the number, the narrower the angler between these two stick components. The smaller the number, the wider the angle. Higher lies are better suited for players who skate upright, positioned farther away from the ice.

Finding The Right Flex: The level of stiffness in your stick is called its "flex." Stiffer sticks are more powerful on the ice, but lack accuracy. Many beginners opt for a stick with medium stiffness, while bigger stronger players can leverage the power of a stiffer flex.

Expert Advice

Senior, junior and intermediate hockey sticks are based on the average size of a hockey player in a certain age group. Keep in mind that these average sizes may not apply to all players.

Select between one and two-piece Easton® hockey sticks. One piece hockey sticks are composed of wood or composite and offer a consistent flex point because there is no break in the shaft. One piece sticks are generally lighter than their two-piece counterparts.

Players can customize their game with two-piece Easton® hockey sticks. With this configuration, players can assemble a stick and shaft combo that matches their playing style.

For more, shop the entire collection of hockey sticks at DICK’S Sporting Goods.