CCM Low Kick Sticks

DEFINITION:CCM Low Kick Sticks are ice hockey sticks designed and manufactured by CCM Hockey. These sticks are known for their unique low kick point, which refers to the location on the stick shaft where it bends during shooting. The low kick point allows for a quick release and optimal shot accuracy, making them popular among players who rely on quick wrist shots and snap shots.


1. What is a low kick stick?
A low kick stick is a type of ice hockey stick that has a bend point positioned closer to the blade, resulting in a fast and accurate release during shots.

2. What are the advantages of using a CCM Low Kick Stick?
CCM Low Kick Sticks offer a quick release, which can catch goaltenders off guard, and enhanced shot accuracy due to the optimized kick point. It is an ideal stick for players who rely on quick wrist shots and snap shots.

3. Are CCM Low Kick Sticks suitable for all players?
While CCM Low Kick Sticks excel in quick release and shot accuracy, it is a matter of personal preference. Certain players may find other stick styles or kick points more suitable to their playing style.

4. Can I use a CCM Low Kick Stick for slap shots?
While CCM Low Kick Sticks are designed for quick release and wrist shots, they can still be used for slap shots. However, players who predominantly take slap shots may benefit more from sticks with a mid or high kick point.

5. Do CCM Low Kick Sticks come in different flex options?
Yes, CCM Low Kick Sticks are available in various flex options to accommodate a player’s strength and shooting style. Flex rating refers to the stiffness of the stick, affecting the power and accuracy of shots.

6. How long do CCM Low Kick Sticks typically last?
The lifespan of a CCM Low Kick Stick will vary depending on factors such as frequency of use, intensity of play, and shooting technique. With proper care and maintenance, they can last for a significant period of time.

7. Can I customize my CCM Low Kick Stick?
Yes, CCM Hockey offers customization options for their sticks, allowing players to personalize aspects such as blade pattern, grip type, and shaft length to suit their preferences and needs.