Retail pro model hockey sticks - Bauer, CCM, and Warrior

Currently, Bauer, CCM, and Warrior all offer hockey sticks in models with the word "Pro" or "Team."  Unlike pro stock sticks, these are made for the retail market, not for pro players.  They are all good hockey sticks, made at different price points.  We have been getting a lot of questions around the differences so here is a general outline along with their suggested retail prices in (USD and Canadian dollars).

What is the difference between Bauer 2N Pro and 2N?

What is the difference between Bauer 2S Pro and 2S and 2S Team? 

Bauer uses the term "Pro" to outline their top of the line products.

Bauer uses the term "Team" to outline a more durable mid range performance stick.

Bauer 2N Pro / 2S Pro Top End. Extremely Light. High Performance

$280-$320

Bauer 2N / 2S One step down. Lightweight. High Performance

$200-$230

Bauer 2S Team  Mid Range. Performance stick with durability

$150-$160


What is the difference between CCM Jetspeed and CCM Jetspeed Pro?

What is the difference between CCM Trigger 3D and CCM Ribcor Pro3? 

CCM uses the term "Pro" to outline a more affordable / durable stick: 

 CCM Jetspeed Top End. Extremely Light. High Performance

$280-$320

CCM Jetspeed Pro  One step down. Lightweight. High Performance

$150-$200

CCM Trigger 3D Top End. Extremely Light. High Performance

$280-$320

CCM Ribcor Pro3 One Step down. Lightweight. High Performance $150-$200

 

What is the difference between the Warrior Covert QR Edge and the Warrior QR Edge Pro / Team?

What is the difference between the Warrior Alpha QX and the Warrior Alpha QX Pro / Team?

Warrior uses the term "Pro" to outline a more affordable / durable stick.

Warrior uses the term "Team" to outline a more durable mid range performance stick.

Warrior QREdge

Super Light (SL)

Top End. Extremely Light. High Performance

$260-$300

Warrior QREdge

Top End. Lightweight. High Performance

$260-$300

Warrior QRE Pro

One Step Down. Lightweight. High Performance

$180-$220

Warrior QRE Pro Team Mid Range. Performance stick with durability $150-$170
Warrior Alpha QX  Top End. Extremely Light. High Performance $260-$300
Warrior Alpha QX Pro One Step Down. Lightweight. High Performance $180-$220


These are all good quality sticks from the top three brands in hockey.  Hopefully this helps you make your decision.

The sticks that are made for professional players are referred to as Pro Stock or Pro Return sticks. The majority of the products sold at HockeyStickMan are sticks purchased directly from the teams. 


Joey Walsh
Joey Walsh

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I have worked with Hockey Canada, the Vancouver 2010 Olympics, Hamilton Tiger-Cats, and Brock University. But now I'm all about hockey sticks. A passion and love for sticks as a child has blossomed into a full on obsession as an adult (if you can call me that).



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