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USA Hockey Senior USA Flag Ice Hockey Stick - Dick's Sporting Goods

USA Hockey Senior USA Flag Ice Hockey Stick

Item Number: 25048756
Price: $69.99
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The USA Hockey® USA Flag Senior Ice Hockey Stick is perfect for a beginner or intermediate player. It has high density foam at the blade core and the blade skin features a 12K graphite weave. The shaft is made from a one-piece fuse molding process and features a matte finish. The highly durable USA Flag Junior Ice Hockey shaft has double concave walls allowing for total control of the stick during the most powerful shots and passes.


  • Senior USA Hockey® USA Flag hockey stick
  • Size: Junior
  • Blade coding has a matte finish
  • Blade core made with high density foam
  • Blade skin has a 12k graphite weave
  • Shaft constructed using a one-piece fuse molding process
  • Double-concave walls on the shaft for a tight design
  • Recommended for beginner to intermediate players
  • USA Hockey

Country of Origin: China

Customer Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Patriotic and More! I am a beginner player and I purchased this stick primarily to add to my collection of hockey gear along with my USA Hockey Jersey and Gloves. However, I did use it out on the ice and I was really impressed with this stick. It was a step up from the entry level Reebok sticks that I was using, and I do like the extra length and feel of this stick, in addition to taking a break from my Reebok Datsyuk blade patterns. March 17, 2014
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