P45

Senior P45 Sticks

  • CCM RBZ 260 Grip Hockey Sticks Sr
    • Stick Length: 60" 
    • Available Flexes: 75, 85 & 95
    • Weight: 488 grams (based on an 85 flex)
    • Level of Play Guideline: Elite

     

    The CCM RBZ 260 Grip Hockey Sticks are the first model in the 4th generation RBZ Line to feature the hollow and foamless SpeedBlade 2 blade core that first debuted in the top of the line Stage 2 stick. 

  • CCM RBZ Speedburner Grip Hockey Sticks Sr
    • Stick Length: 60" & 63"
    • Available Flexes: 75, 85, 95 & 105
    • Weight: 424 grams (based on an 85 flex)
    • Level of Play Guideline: Elite

     

    The CCM RBZ SpeedBurner Grip Hockey Stick is the top of the line model in the 4th generation RBZ Line and debuts the new PowerHosel. With help from TaylorMade, CCM reinforced the hosel with a support rib to enhance explosiveness, durability and accuracy.

  • CCM Ultra Tacks 4052 Grip Hockey Sticks Sr
    • Stick Length: 58" & 59"
    • Available Flexes: 75, 85 & 95
    • Weight: 519 grams (based on an 85 flex)
    • Level of Play Guideline: Performance

     

    The CCM Ultra Tacks 4052 Grip Hockey Sticks are an ideal choice for the player who's looking for durability and performance. It's constructed with a pro-preferred smooth mid kick point, giving players a quick release with hard shot power. 

  • CCM Ultra Tacks 6052 Grip Hockey Sticks Sr
    • Stick Length: 59" & 62"
    • Available Flexes: 75, 85 & 95
    • Weight: 475 grams (based on an 85 flex)
    • Level of Play Guideline: Performance

     

    The CCM Ultra Tacks 6052 Grip Hockey Sticks debuts CCM's new Ultra AttackFrame™ blade construction. The Ultra AttackFrame™ provides an especially well-balanced feel and deadly accuracy. 

  • CCM Ultra Tacks Grip Hockey Sticks Sr
    • Stick Length: 59" & 62"
    • Available Flexes: 75, 85, 95 & 105
    • Weight: 424 grams (based on an 85 flex)
    • Level of Play Guideline: Elite

     

    The CCM Ultra Tacks Grip Hockey Stick is the flagship model in the 2nd generation Tacks Line. During the construction process, extra material reinforces the inner corners of the shaft. 

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