What happened to Easton hockey sticks?

What happened to Easton hockey sticks?

Bauer’s parent company Performance Sports Group acquired Easton Hockey in 2016 and they no longer make equipment under the name. Before he rocked his classic Aluminum twig, Wayne Gretzky once rocked a Titan hockey stick. Well, those days are long gone.

Does Easton still make sticks?

As most of you now know Easton was bought out and they are no longer making sticks (except for select NHL players). The news hit many of us hard, resulting in shouts of anger, uncontrollable sobbing, and lost hockey souls.

Are Easton hockey sticks good?

Our Verdict: It would be hard to say anything bad about an Easton stick. It is a good option for the forward sniper that finds the Synergy stick too cumbersome.

Who bought out Easton hockey?

Performance Sports Group Ltd.
Performance Sports Group Ltd. (NYSE: PSG) (TSX: PSG) (“Performance Sports Group” or the “Company”), a leading developer and manufacturer of high performance sports equipment and apparel, today announced that it has acquired the Easton Hockey business from Easton Hockey Holdings, Inc.

What is the most popular hockey brand?

What are the most popular hockey brands?

  • Bauer.
  • CCM.
  • Warrior.
  • TRUE.
  • Graf.
  • Sher-wood.
  • Reebok.
  • Easton.

Who bought out Easton Hockey?

What is the most popular hockey stick brand?

Bauer Hockey
Who Are The Top Hockey Stick Manufacturers? The hockey equipment market is dominated by Bauer Hockey. The venerable brand, founded in 1927 in Kitchener, Canada, has owned a market share upward of 50 percent for years.

What is the most popular skate in the NHL?

Vapor 2X Pro skates
The Vapor 2X Pro skates are some of the most popular skates in the NHL — the 2019-20 season will see plenty of these on the ice. The reasoning behind this is the fit. Vapor skates have a tapered fit, meaning they have a standard-shaped toe box and a very snug (almost glove-like) heel.

What does CCM stand for on bikes?

Canada Cycle and Motor Company
CCM was founded in 1899 under the name Canada Cycle and Motor Company. At that time, it manufactured bicycles and automotive equipment. In 1905, the company began manufacturing skates using scrap metal from the bicycle and auto parts factory.