Bauer Prodigy 3.0 Youth Goalie Stick

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The Bauer Prodigy youth goal stick isn't a scaled down senior stick; it has been designed specifically with the youth goaltender in mind. The shaft is made with a double concave geometry to increase the goaltender's control during gameplay. The paddle meanwhile, includes a polyurethane core and fiberglass reinforcement for increased stiffness and puck control. It is also made with a flat front geometry to improve rebounds, balance, and reduce weight. Similar to the paddle, the blade has a low-density foam core to increase feel and optimize rebound control.

The Bauer Prodigy youth goal stick isn't a scaled down senior stick; it has been designed specifically with the youth goaltender in mind. The shaft is made with a double concave geometry to increase the goaltender's control during gameplay. The paddle meanwhile, includes a polyurethane core and fiberglass reinforcement for increased stiffness and puck control. It is also made with a flat front geometry to improve rebounds, balance, and reduce weight. Similar to the paddle, the blade has a low-density foam core to increase feel and optimize rebound control.

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Goalie Stick Sizing Information

Unlike other pieces of gear, Goalie Sticks are sized mostly to the goaltender’s preference and playing style rather than their height. The most important measurement, when purchasing a new goal stick, is the paddle height (the wide portion of the stick), which is usually taken from the heel of the stick to the shaft/paddle interface. The reason for the paddle height’s significance is because it sets up the goaltender’s depth in the ready stance and (if properly sized) positions the blocker in an optimal position.

Sizing Your Goalie Stick
To start analyzing the size of your goalie stick, put on your goalie skates to get an accurate height of where you will be in your stance. If you’re looking to be even more accurate, strap on your goalie pads and blocker as well. Once that is done, get comfortable in your natural stance (the one you’d be in during a majority of gameplay) and look for the following:
1. The entire blade of the stick is flush with the ground while being 1’ - 2’ in front of your feet
2. After getting your stick into the flush position, check that the inside edge of the blocker hand sits on the outside edge of the goal pad (this is while holding just above the paddle).

Goalie Stick Sizing Considerations
Goalie Stick sizing can be very subjective compared to other pieces of equipment. The reason for this is the ambiguity of each goaltenders ‘natural stance’, especially with younger goaltenders. It is rather common for children to use taller sticks in comparison to their height, as their stance depth isn’t usually as aggressive as a seasoned goalie.

The shaft length of a goalie stick is usually best left at its stock length, as it serves to counteract the weight of the blade and ideally place the center of gravity at the top of the paddle. The one exception to this rule is for advanced puck handlers, cutting the shaft will allow more power transfer when shooting as a result of being able to keep the blade flush to the ice while near the goaltender’s feet.


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