Starter Packages

Senior Helmets + Fit Help
Most manufacturers have a sizing chart specific to their helmets, and most will include hat size as well as head circumference. It is really important to make sure that you have the correct size helmet to gain all of the protection the helmet has to offer.
Be sure to check the specific sizing information for each product in the Product Overview
Bauer IMS 5.0 Hockey Helmets w/Cage
$54.99
Senior Gloves + Fit Help
Hockey glove sizes are broken down into measurements such as 13", 14" and 15". With older hockey gloves the overall length would equal the size of the glove. However, modern hockey gloves have been using shorter cuffs that offer improved mobility. To determine your approximate size you can measure your palm and multiply it by two. That number will roughly be the size glove you should use.
Be sure to check the specific sizing information for each product in the Product Overview
Bauer Supreme 150 Hockey Gloves Sr
$59.99
CCM Tacks 4052 Hockey Gloves Sr
$79.99
Senior Shoulder Pads + Fit Help
Hockey shoulder pads should fit snugly but still allow for ample mobility. To select the right size shoulder pads you want to know your height and chest circumference. If a shoulder pad is too small it will be restricting and have too many gaps in protection. If a shoulder pad is too large you may have too much overlap that can restrict range of motion and the pad can slip out of place.
Be sure to check the specific sizing information for each product in the Product Overview
Bauer Supreme 150 Hockey Shoulder Pads Sr
$59.99
CCM Tacks 4052 Hockey Shoulder Pads Sr
$89.99
Senior Elbow Pads + Fit Help
Hockey elbow pads should protect the player's elbow and fill the gap in protection from the glove to the bicep guard on a player's shoulder pads. One way to determine the appropriate size elbow pads to get is measure from your mid forearm to mid bicep. An elbow pad that is too small will leave significant gaps in protection in the wrist area and bicep. An elbow pad that is too large will not stay in place and interfere with a player's mobility.
Be sure to check the specific sizing information for each product in the Product Overview
Bauer Supreme 150 Hockey Elbow Pads Sr
$39.99
CCM Tacks 4052 Hockey Elbow Pads Sr
$59.99
Senior Shin Guards + Fit Help
Hockey shin guard's sizes are broken down into measurements, for example (sometimes) 13" through 18" . The size measurement corresponds to the length from the center of the knee shell to the bottom of the shin guard. To select the right size shin guard all you need to do is measure from your kneecap to the top of your skate boot. The proper size shin guard should eliminate a gap in protection between the skate and shin guard, and the knee will rest in the center of the knee shell.
Be sure to check the specific sizing information for each product in the Product Overview
Bauer Supreme 150 Hockey Shin Guards Sr
$49.99
CCM Tacks 4052 Hockey Shin Guards Sr
$74.99
Senior Ice Pants + Fit Help
Measure the player's waist just above the hips. There should be no gaps above the shin guard when the player is standing. Pants should fit comfortably for easy movement.
Be sure to check the specific sizing information for each product in the Product Overview
CCM Tacks 4052 Ice Hockey Pants Sr
$94.99
Senior Ice Skates + Fit Help
When buying a pair of ice hockey skates it is really important to make sure you get the right size and have a solid snug fit. If a skate is too big your feet will move around and you will not get all of the performance out of the skates. If the skates are too small they can cramp your feet and be uncomfortable. Ideally, when standing straight up you want to feel the front of the skates. As you move into a skating position your feet should slightly slide back and barely feel the front of the skate.
Be sure to check the specific sizing information for each product in the Product Overview
CCM Jetspeed 250 Ice Hockey Skates Sr
$69.99
Senior Sticks + Fit Help
When choosing a hockey stick it is really important to make the right choice of length and flex. If you have a stick that is too stiff with too high of a flex rating you will not be able to flex the stick enough. If this is the case you will not get all of the benefits out of the stick such as not being able to shoot as hard and having trouble lifting the puck. If you have too soft of a stick you will likely break it because it was not stiff enough.
Be sure to check the specific sizing information for each product in the Product Overview
Senior Jocks + Fit Help
Measure the player's waist and select the jock that corresponds to the product's sizing chart. The jock should be snug enough to ensure that the cup does not move out of place.
Be sure to check the specific sizing information for each product in the Product Overview
Bauer Core Mesh Hockey Jock Short Sr & Jr
$24.99
CCM RBZ 300 Comp Hockey Jock Short Sr & Jr
$27.97
Bauer NG 37.5 Women's/Girl's Mesh Hockey Jill Short
$34.99
Shock Doctor Women's Core Comp Hockey Jill Short
$34.99
Senior Accessories + Fit Help
These are popular accessories used by players of all ages but not always required.
Be sure to check your own league requirements
Bauer NG NLP7 Core Neck Guard Collar Sr & Jr
$10.99
Shock Doctor Pro Mouthguards
$5.99
Renfrew Hockey Stick Tape - Black
$2.67
Bauer Team Core Carry Hockey Bags 37"
$49.99
CCM 10200 Practice Hockey Jersey Black Sr
$11.99
CCM Black Ice Hockey Socks Jr & Yth
$9.99
CCM 10200 Practice Hockey Jersey White Sr
$11.99
CCM White Ice Hockey Socks Jr & Yth
$9.99
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