Ice Hockey Goalie Stick

Measured illustration of a Ice Hockey Goalie Stick dimensioned with overall length, width and depth

An Ice Hockey Goalie Stick is a sports equipment explicitly designed for the goaltenders in an ice hockey game. The stick has similar properties as those of a standard ice hockey stick. However, the goaltender stick has a slight modification at the lower part — which is more comprehensive, providing more blocking surface area, and bears a smaller angle. Besides, the blade is slightly curved toward the play direction. The goaltender uses his or her stick to play when needed, deflect a puck directed to his or her goal, block a puck, or absorb a puck shock when making a save.

Ice Hockey Goalie Sticks have a length of 56”-63” (142.2-160 cm), blade length of 15”-15.5” (38.1-39.4 cm), blade height between 3.5”-4” (88.9-101.6 mm), and shaft depth of .88”-1.13” (22.4-28.7 mm). The mass of an Ice Hockey Goalie Stick is 21.2-29.1 oz (600-825 g).

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Height: 
Width:
15”-15.5” | 38.1-39.4 cm (Blade Length)
Depth:
.88”-1.13” | 22.4-28.7 mm (Shaft)
Length:
56”-63” | 142.2-160 cm
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Weight:
21.2-29.1 oz | 600-825 g

Paddle Length: 25”-28.5” | 63.5-72.4 cm

Blade Height: 3.5”-4” | 88.9-101.6 mm
Materials: Aluminum, fiberglass, carbon fiber, wood (traditional); grip tape

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Ice Hockey Goalie Stick elevation

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Ice hockey is a team sport played on skates in which two teams of six players compete by using sticks to shoot a puck into the opponent’s goal to score points. Games occur within the confines of an ice rink and the sport is known for its fast-paced play and physical high-contact style.

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