What size is an intermediate hockey stick?

Mass-produced sticks typically fall into three categories: Adult, Intermediate and Junior. Adult (or Senior) sticks are generally in the 60-inch range, Intermediates around five inches shorter, Juniors in the 46- to 54-inch range.

What is an intermediate hockey stick?

An intermediate hockey stick typically is about 54 inches long; a senior hockey stick usually is 56 to 63 inches long. The amount of flex in the stick depends on how much you cut off from the top of the stick.

How long is an intermediate stick?

The standard stick length is as follows: Junior = 46-53 inches. Intermediate = 54 inches. Senior = 56-63 inches.

What size of hockey stick do I need?

The average hockey stick size for adults is 36.5 inches. What hockey stick size you should use is normally dependent upon your height however an old method used to be to pick a stick which was level to your hip in height.

Hockey Sticks Length.

Player Height Stick Length
6ft 2in – 6ft 5in 37.5 inch
Above 6ft 5in 38 inch
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Can adults use intermediate hockey sticks?

Senior sticks are usually used by players ages 14 to adult; intermediate sticks by players ages 10-15 and by some adult female players; junior sticks by ages 7-12; and youth sticks by players ages 4-8. … The general rule for the proper hockey stick length is that the end of the stick should come to about the nose.

What is the difference between a junior and intermediate hockey stick?

Each size normally reflects a smaller shaft circumference and a softer flex. Senior sticks are usually used by players ages 14 and up; intermediate for ages 10-15; junior for ages 7-12; and youth for players ages 4-8. Adult women generally use intermediate or flexible senior sticks.

What is the height of an intermediate hockey stick?

Stand with your skates on and hold your stick in front of you. Your stick should be anywhere from 1 to 2 inches below or above your chin.

Hockey Stick Length Chart.

Age Group Height Stick Length
Intermediate (11-14) 4’11” – 5’4″ 55″ – 58″
Intermediate (12-14) 5’2″ – 5’8″ 55″ – 58″

How do you measure a youth hockey stick?

Another way to measure a hockey stick: Hold the stick with your arm straight down by your side and your top hand holding the stick where it would normally be – again, while wearing skates. If the blade of the stick is flat against the ground, the stick is the proper length. If the toe is up, the stick is too long.

How do I choose the right hockey stick?

When choosing the right flex, you should consider your weight, playing style, and personal preference. But as a general rule, choose a stick with a flex that’s one-half of your body weight, rounded down. So a 160-pound player should use around a 75 flex stick.

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What is the best make of hockey stick?

Best Field Hockey Sticks – For Elite/Advanced Players

  • GRYPHON Taboo Striker Samurai.
  • TK Synergy S4.
  • Adidas TX Compo 2.
  • STX Field Hockey Stallion.
  • Grays Jumbo Composite.
  • Princess 7 Star Low Bow.
  • Sportcom LLC Malik.
  • Mazon Black Magic V8.

How do you measure a hockey stick without skates?

A good way to measure your stick is to stand, without skates in your stocking feet, on a flat surface. Place the toe of your stick on the ground between your feet. Lean the stick straight up-and-down so the handle of the stick touches the tip of your nose.

What Flex is Ovechkin stick?

Alexander Ovechkin is 230 pounds and uses a 79 flex stick, which is probably a big reason for his one-timer.

What is the weight of hockey stick?

The maximum permitted weight is 737 grams. The majority of players use a stick in the range 19 oz to 22 oz (538 g – 623 g). Traditionally hockey sticks were made of hickory, ash or mulberry wood with the head of the sticks being hand carved and therefore required skilled craftsmen to produce.

What is the toe of a hockey stick?

The toe is the very end of the blade, and it comes in two basic shapes: round and square, as Figure 4 shows. The difference is that a square toe offers more blocking area and the round toe gives more puck control at the tip. Finally, the “lie” is the angle the blade makes relative to the shaft.