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Inject power in your game with Bauer® hockey sticks and blades.
Each Bauer® hockey stick is crafted for the right blend of precision and power on the ice. Step out of the box with a stick designed to deliver maximum energy and output—engineered to perfection to eliminate excess materials for improved balance and weight.
Bauer® hockey sticks are built for aggressive handling. An ergonomic design fits comfortably in your hand while a textured shaft ensures optimal grip. Unique blade profiles on your Bauer® hockey stick reduce deflection and boost accuracy. Goalies can arm themselves behind the crease with Bauer&rg; hockey goalie sticks that feature a reinforced core for added strength and puck control.
Optimized for the sport, Bauer® hockey sticks are available in senior, intermediate, junior and youth models.
Always consider stick material when selecting your Bauer® hockey. Modern hockey shafts come in a variety of materials, including carbon composite, which offers up a playable feel, light weight and consistency on the ice
Always consider stick material when selecting your Bauer® hockey stick. Modern hockey shafts and blades come in a variety of materials, including carbon composite, which offers a playable feel, light weight and consistency on the ice. Wood Bauer® hockey sticks are ideal for players who want to customize their stick to their game.
Next, determine your blade angle. Hockey sticks are identified as left, right or straight, referring to the curve of the blade. You should purchase a stick that has a blade angled so that the puck is on your forehand while shooting. Players just starting to learn the game should choose a blade with a lesser curve.
Lastly, the length of your hockey stick must be correct for your size. Sizes are available in junior and senior sizes. Offensive players generally use a shorter stick for better puck control. Defensive players tend to use longer sticks for moving the puck away from an oncoming forward.
Goalie sticks often feature a wider blade and are always made of wood. Your goalie stick can have a blade that extends 24 inches up the shaft, and most goalies use a stick with a lie between 11 and 15. When making your goalie stick selection, do not buy a stick that is too short-wooden shafts can always be cut down.
Once you've selected your Bauer® ice hockey stick, get in the game with the full Bauer® hockey collection at DICK'S Sporting Goods.