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Newer hockey player... I have used a Bauer supreme a warrior dynasty and a Sherwood something. The Sherwood was terrible, Bauer had the best feel, I got the best performance out of the warrior though
I have a Bauer vapor and have had it for about 2 years its been great but it's starting to wear out
The best stick by far, I shoot with a Sherwood and it's not accurate at all, meanwhile when I shoot with a Bauer it is extremely accurate
This one should be true this list sucks - jhapkaV 11 Comments
CCM Tacks are easily the best line of hockey sticks and gear out there
These sticks are way better than warriors
The CCM Tacks is the best stick I've used
Hate the ccm tacks blades took two slapshots and it brokeV 20 Comments
Best stick by far I've only used warriors stick other than one bauer stick and they work amazingly
Goalie sticks are the best but they are always wood really in goalie
you can get the stick personalized!
Works well and I get great shots and passes offV 8 Comments
Really light quality sticks
Easton have the best feel in your hands
Eastons are the best warriors suck
They are awesome and the curv is just right and they are so llightV 2 Comments
I have used many brands. Though Reebok many not feel the best in your hands but it defiantly works the best
Reebok ribcores and the pump skates are awesome!
Ice ice baby
Reebok sickick/Ribcor line has awesome pop and a light feel.
Sherwood goalie sticks are the best
I have a sherwood and a titan and I use them a lot and I put them up in the same rank
I only use sherwood sticks
Sherwoods are really good as well as titan
I don't use titan but they look pretty cool. - 2234
I have a titan and it is one of the best sticks for sure
I have a Koho stick and it is amazing I always use it
Simply Incredible... These sticks are leagues ahead of the others, and don't let brand name confuse you- this is much better than Reebok, CCM, Sherwood, Warrior, and especially Bauer. Expect these to be a household name by 2015. They feel great in your hands and honestly give you a better shot, as crazy as it seems. Great sticks.
They use to make sticks for Bauer and CCM but now they make it for consumers. My coach is a sales rep of them and got me to try them out... Man are they super cool and stick handling is a breeze
True Sticks should be rocketing up these rankings. Really underrated brand that, on blind quality, can compete with and beat the big boys.
Why number ten these are the best sticks - jhapkaV 2 Comments
Best in the game vs Osaka
Grays is a great series of sticks from beginner to advanced levels
Beginner to intermediate level sticks
I have a grays gx 12000 turbo
I have used Easton my entire life and and they are a great brand it should be ahead of warrior, but everybody else it seems to choose Bauer. How ever many goals you get doesn't say anything if you customize it, first of all it depends on how much you practice and every good brand you can customize. Why is CCM not third over warrior? Whatever
Easton is my personal favorite. - booklover1
To me I have a lot of hockey sticks but the easton stick I bought works amazingly. I always bring it to every one of my hockey games it works amazingly and I would highly reccomend easton for anything involved with hockey.
Easton should be firstV 1 Comment
By far the best stick in the world
What even is that one - jhapka
Base has the best custom sticks!
I have Fischer skates and there the best ones you can get
Light weight one-piece hockey stick
Make for high quality hockey stick
Colt is a great hockey stick company with a very effective and innovative product. And unlike lots of other small companies, they are growing as opposed to dying.
Those JOFA helmets though...
Wow wow wow they should be 10th
They are a good company and have really good sticks
I hate using ravens - jhapka
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