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|Youth||106 – 116||18 – 25||10 flex||42″|
||106 – 134||18 – 29||20 flex||46″|
||131 – 146||23 – 41||30 flex||50″|
||136 – 156||25 – 50||40 flex||52″|
||144 – 162||29 – 54||50 flex||54″|
|Intermediate||144 – 170||34 – 70||55 flex||57″|
|Intermediate||144 – 172||50 – 75||65 flex||57″|
|Senior||157 – 190||52 – 88||70 flex||60″|
|Senior||157 – 197||63 – 100||77 flex||60″|
|Senior||157 – 202||68 – 113||87 flex||60″|
|Senior||182 – 202||93 – 113||102 flex||60″|
Note! Stick length is measured straight down the shaft to the bottom of the blade’s heel.
HOCKEY STICK HEIGHT
Standing straight up with the stick in front of the body (tip of the blade’s toe touching the ground), the stick should be between your chin and your nose. When on skates, the stick should be around your chin.
Sticks come at set heights, so not every player can just grab a stick off the shelf and have it be the perfect height. In this case, the stick will either have to be cut down or extended using an end plug.
If the hockey stick is cut down, the stick will increase in stiffness whereas adding a plug softens the stiffness of the shaft. Most composite hockey sticks will have a diagram that will show the new flex rating when the stick is shortened.
The lower the flex rating, the softer the stick will feel and is more easily bendable. The higher the flex rating, the stiffer the stick will feel and requires more force to bend.
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