A hockey stick blade comes in two styles: wood and composite. Composite blades are the most popular hockey blade—they don't collect or retain much water, and they’re lighter weight, which many players prefer. Wooden replacement hockey stick blades, however, tend to be slightly more durable. Some players say they can “feel” the puck better with a wood blade, though composite technology has improved enough that differences in puck feel are negligible. These days it’s just a matter of how you choose to roll.
Lucky for you that Pure Hockey carries composite and wood hockey stick blades from all the leading manufacturers:
And every one of them comes with our Low-Price Guarantee.
REMEMBER: check your shaft before purchasing a blade—if you have a tapered shaft, you'll need a tapered blade.