Save on Ball Hockey Sticks

There is a reason why everyone playing hockey at the elite levels use top end, light weight composite hockey sticks.  They are unmatched in feeling and performance.  But what if your a ball hockey player?

NO DIFFERENCE! If money is not a factor then everyone would be playing with the latest version of the top end stick being put out by companies like Easton, Bauer, CCM, Warrior, and RBK.

Of course money is a factor.  Therefore, we have found that the vast majority of people are using lower end model sticks (that just don't feel or perform as well).

That is unless your one of the thousands of ball hockey players that have discovered HockeyStickMan.  We provide the best sticks in the world and sell for a quarter of the price!

How? We work with over 50 professional, college, and junior teams across North America to for people to access new, used, and repaired (we call them refurbished) hockey sticks.  Check out our recommended options for saving;


Using a proven method of composite hockey stick repair we seal the pieces of the stick back together with an internal fix that minimizes visual disturbance and performance.  We then back it up with a 35 day guarantee on the repaired portion of the stick.  We call them refurbished sticks, and every ball hockey player should be trying one, you wont go back!

To good to be true? We all thought that way at first!  But our customers not only return but quite often refer friends and teammates. Learn More


How often do you use your warranty? Its great comfort but most don't have the chance!  Pro Stock Sticks are hard to find, but you can sometimes find them at a great rate (we sell for $100-$165). In addition they tend to be more reinforced and give you slightly more POP, the catch is they don't come with a warranty. | learn more  


Ball hockey is played on rough surfaces and tends to be hard on the bottom portion of your blade. The fact that most players do not tape their sticks makes it that much worse.  As soon as the blade wears on a one piece the stick is done!  If you use a replacement blade you can save yourself some money!

Note: There are two types of blades on the market.  Traditional Hosel and Elliptical profile, if your going to do this ensure you get the right match!    


 We also bring in used sticks, some are in mint condition, others come with chips, slight cracks, and micro-fractures in the blade.  We sell them for $5-$85.  

Over the last few years we have put these ones in a clearance section at our shop and they have gotten the term ball hockey sticks (although they are still frequently used for ice hockey).  Rationale being that many people don't want to ruin their ice hockey sticks and/or don't want to spend that much on ball hockey. 

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DO NOT USE YOUR ICE HOCKEY STICK FOR BALL! - As mentioned earlier the rough surfaces and not using tape destroy the bottom porition of your blade very quickly. If you play both do not make this mistake.  

Use Tape - If you don't mind the feel of tape on your ball hockey stick then use it! That said I don't like it, but it will really help protect the blade.  Perhaps consider covering the toe (to protect from chips) or taping any surface cracks.

Use older sticks - This goes without saying, but if you play ice hockey and ball hockey, use the older ones for ball hockey as you can get away with a little less POP in the stick and using slightly blemished blades. However, as laid out above there are cheap options for a nice feeling/performing stick, don't use a piece of sh#t!

Always have 3 sticks - Composite sticks are great, but they break, A LOT, even in ball hockey. So make sure you bring a backup to every game/practice. Don't be that guy looking to use someone else's.  Most people these days are busy, so if your not prepared (a third stick at home) you'll have to rush out and buy whatever is convenient (not the way to get the stick you want for the best price).