• This Old Hockey Bag: Sherwood 5030 Feather-Lite

    this-old-bagThink Old Faithful. Released over 60-years ago, the Sherwood 5030 Feather-Lite hockey stick is still going strong today. You most likely had one of these beauties and it would be a safe bet to say that almost every hockey player since 1965 has used this stick at one point or another. Personally, I used one as a Mite and Squirt, PP19. I loved it so much that in 2011, I bought one just to have in the arsenal.

    Originally produced out of Sherwood-Drolet in Quebec, Canada, Sherwood moved its wooden hockey stick production overseas in 2007 to focus on Louisville TPS composite -- now re-branded as Sherwood. They were one of the last standing wood hockey stick manufactures in Canada, so to say people were upset to see them leave would be an understatement.

    Let's take a look at just a handful of famous NHL players who have used one of these classics hockey sticks:

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  • The Pure Hockey Stick Challenge

    More than anything, we are hockey players too. If you've ever shopped in one of our stores or on our website, we know it can be pretty overwhelming to see the myriad options for hockey sticks. Even we will admit it's kind of ridiculous sometimes. Even the sticks at the elite level (let's call it $230 or above), there's 10-12 different options between brands. How the heck do you make sense of it all? Read More

  • Composite Hockey Stick Weigh-In - Fall 2013

    So it’s that time again, a bunch of fancy new composite hockey sticks have been released, so it’s time to weigh-in. Another weigh-in, another clean sweep for Bauer, says a lot about their composite technology. All sticks weighed were 85 flex, and P92/E3 pattern or the equivalent. Read More

  • Composite Hockey Stick Weigh-In

    Over the course of the past few years, the battle to produce the lightest composite stick has raged on between all the major hockey manufacturers. During this time, companies have all looked for ways to tip the scales – pun intended - in favor of their own sticks. Read More

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