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The right stick for any player is one that's well-suited to his or her playing style. In addition to matching the length of your stick to your height, it's important to choose one that has the right curve to direct pucks toward the net with greater speed and control. ...

Get the right blade pattern for your playing style. Hockey stick patterns can dictate the way sticks are designed to help you. Choose your curve and your blade pattern, and inspect the construction materials carefully before making a purchase. Players who prefer bigger curves to their blades use more wrist and snap shots because they create more power. Players who rely on slap shots use mid curve or more to get a higher velocity slap shot. Bauer customer support can help you choose your curve and playing style with confidence.

Bauer ice hockey sticks can help with control, power, agility, and strike with greater force. With these and other features like shaft durability, flex, stiffness, head shape, and blade construction, you'll have the right stick in your hands when you're out on the ice.

TAKE YOUR SHOT TO THE NEXT LEVEL.
Release the puck 10% faster and with less effort due to its optimized slingshot effect

HAVE FUN.
Designed to make it fun and easy for players getting started in the game

JUST GETTING STARTED.
Designed specifically for kids to make it easier to learn the skills of hockey

CREATE YOUR OWN STICK

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FIND YOUR FAMILY

All of Bauer's sticks can be used in all game situations - but each family is designed with specific
performance characteristics.The right stick for you depends what is most important to your game.

QUICKNESS · LOW KICKPOINT
VERSATILITY · MID KICKPOINT
POWER · HIGH KICKPOINT

ANSWERS TO OUR MOST POPULAR STICK QUESTIONS:


  • The Vapor is our low kickpoint, stiff blade core designed for quick release shooting. The Supreme is a high kickpoint, soft blade core designed for loading up heavier slap and snap shots. The Nexus our mid kickpoint medium stiff blade core designed for all around play and accuracy.

  • For every inch you cut your stick, you change the flex by a factor of 3. For example if you cut a 50 flex junior stick one inch, it will become a 53 flex.

  • The M stands for Max Height. It’s the same pattern as the P92 but with additional material on top of the blade to help better control the puck on rough ice and have more surface area for deflections and faceoffs.