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Shop Pure Goalie for a hockey goalie stick engineered to help you block and control the puck, in a lightweight yet resilient package. A goalie stick is an extension of the arm, so it’s important to select the stick that feels right in your hand. Our collection of sticks includes beginner to pro options from Bauer, CCM, TRUE, Warrior, and other trusted goalie gear manufacturers.
Browse traditional wood sticks and high-end composite hockey goalie sticks to find the one that suits your preferences and budget. While wood is more affordable, composite materials offer more durability and advanced tech features. Reach for a goalie stick with a grip construction that feels comfortable in your hand; consider round and square options. High-end goalie sticks feature superior grip technology for a secure single-handed hold on the stick with minimal sliding and shifting. Reinforced paddle cores absorb hard-hitting impacts to dampen vibrations from the blade up to the shaft.
Parents searching for their child’s first youth goalie stick should consider a Sher-Wood 530 wood stick, ideal for beginners at the crease. The TRUE Catalyst 5X3 is a winning junior goalie stick with a lightweight yet durable build. A Warrior Ritual V3 Pro is an intermediate goalie stick with a rugged and balanced construction perfect for the performance player. The pro who needs an elite-level senior goalie stick can’t go wrong with a Bauer Supreme M5 Pro. This stick features a proprietary ERGO-paddle shape for added puck control.
Browse our selection of hockey goalie sticks and discover the most affordable prices on youth to senior options, thanks to our Low-Price Guarantee.
Choose a hockey goalie stick with a pattern that suit your defensive style.A goalie stick pattern refers to its blade curve and stick lie. The blade curve describes the position of the face and where the curve starts on the blade. Beginner goalies start with a mid curve while advanced goalies choose from mid, heel, open, and closed blade curves. A stick lie is determined by the paddle’s position when the blade is flat on the ice and the goalie is in their stance. A stick lie of 13 places the blocker farther from the goalie and a stick lie of 15 moves the blocker closer to the goalie.
Consult our goalie stick buying guide for more information about patterns.
The right-sized goalie stick will place the blocker right next to your leg pad when you’re wearing skates and you’re in your stance position. To determine the correct goalie stick size, test different sticks while wearing your skates and simulating a game-ready posture.
Hockey goalie stick sizes are divided into four main categories: youth, junior, intermediate, and senior. These categories refer to the general age ranges the stick size will accommodate. The higher the age range, the wider the shaft and the more flex in the stick:
Get a crash course in sizing in the Pure Goalie stick fitting guide.
A hockey goalie stick can cost between $70 and $700 depending on the model. A beginner goalie stick costs between $70 and $170. The performance player can expect to spend between $300 and $700 for a quality goalie stick.