Finally, a stick made for

The whole game

Introducing the

This is More Than Just Another Hockey Stick

The “Spider” is an analogy I use to describe a distinct common trait shared between all the world class NHL superstars I have worked with in how they approach their game. For the ultra skilled, they want to move and make plays to allow the offense to go through them each time they are on the ice. Their on-ice mentality ties their hockey sense directly to their skill asset base and allows them to influence the game, and is a big part of the greatness quality.

Built For You

The EB2 Spider features 4 models of sticks, which is different than the traditional models.

The purpose of having 4 models is to ease the transition between stick models as the players grow. Too often, we find players are stuck between stick models where the model they are in is too small, but the next model is too big. This is especially true for females who are over 5’2 tall and males who are teenagers. That’s why when we built the models, we made the Intermediate a little smaller so the jump between Junior and Intermediate isn’t as big, and added the “Tweener” which fits nicely between the Intermediate and the Senior.

All models have the same oversized Dual Curve blade characteristics, sized in proportion to the model.



For the Junior Model, we have 2 flex’s ,the 45 and the 55 flex fits ideally for players 4’0 and 4’6 who are 70lbs and lighter. The blade length and the curve profile provides the player with a strong stickhandling skill acquisition stick.

EB2 Spider Junior Model

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In the Intermediate, we have 3 flex’s, the 55, 65 and 75 flex which fits players ideally who are over 4’6 and under 100lbs. The smaller shaft circumference and low kick provide the player with a strong platform to be able to start developing a strong shot.

EB2 Spider Intermediate Model

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For the Tweener, we have 3 flex’s, the 55, 65 and 75 flex, while the flex parallels the Intermediate, the shaft circumference is bigger and allows the player to stay in a lower flex as they grow out of the Intermediate, but aren’t quite ready for the Senior. This stick fits players who are over 5’0” tall and under 140lbs.

EB2 Spider Tweener Model

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For our Senior Stick, we primarily want to fit our players into an 85 flex, but we do have the 95 flex for those who prefer a stiffer stick shaft. Our shaft fits a little smaller in the hand as we really want you to have a strong feel when you are handling the puck.

EB2 Spider Senior Model

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Mid Grip Flex Profile Shaft Response Two Curves Banana Bottom Longer Blade

EB2 Stick Construction

The core materials of the EB2 stick uses today's most advanced composites materials. A combination of impact resistant epoxy, lightweight woven carbon, ultra-thin unidirectional carbon, and structural s-glass layers wrapped in engineered angles and orientations provides high flex consistency, tough durability, and unparalleled hand-to-puck energy transfer.

Mid Grip

Few developing young players have the grip to hold the stick throughout the shot motion, so grip is important to the stick when you're shooting. To aid in this, we've developed a grip option.

For the majority of puck skills a player will need the bottom hand to be active on the stick. Being "active on the stick" means that your hand can slide freely in different positions as it relates to any number of puck skills. Because of this, we do not offer an option for the entire stick being grip.

Restrictions in the stick handling zone of the stick will create restrictions in developing a large number of translatable puck skills, therefore we have sticks that are grip free and some that have grip in the shooting zone.

Flex Profile

If you buy a stick and cut it down, knowing that any change in the sticks length will result in a change of flex, how do you know what flex you are actually using? Many players are using a stick that is way too stiff for proper usage, which prohibits developing any real feel for the puck.

EB2's Accurate Full Length Flex

Each EB2 Stick maximizes the use of angle ply construction using laser alignment during layup. This allows for a high degree of ply orientation accuracy and makes the EB2 full length flex highly consistent.

Shaft Response

High Kick vs. Low Kick Option

Through our research it has become apparent that many youth sticks have a high kick point. The high kick is best for high impact shooting - like slap shots and one timers. Think about how many one timers and slap shots you really take, versus the number of quick release shots. For the vast majority of players, a low kick point option is needed.

Two Curves

The current available marketplace curves were inspired by curves used by NHL players. However, the specific curve needs of an NHL player are not necessarily conducive for an amateur player learning puck skills and executing them properly.

There are a wide range of curves in the marketplace, but they primarily come in three types:

  1. Mid Curve
  2. Toe Curve
  3. Heel Curve

We constantly work with our players to determine which curve is best for them. It always comes back to where they handle the puck and where they shoot from. Thus, we ask, where should the sweet spot be?

Banana Bottom

Set Lie

The lie of the stick assumes your hands don’t change. which means that the degree your hand level changes will also be the same degree the lie changes. When puck skills are being executed, your lie needs constantly change. There are also some hand levels that leave an extremely small amount of stick on the ice.

We've created a banana bottom on our stick, which gives you a floating lie. This allows you to keep consistent amount of blade on the ice, regardless of the puck skill you're executing and its subsequent hand levels.

Longer Blade

The industry standard for blade length limits the sweet spot of the stick (where you should handle the puck). This, when combined with some of the curves available, makes it difficult to hold the consistency of puck handling in the sweet spot.

Our stick blades are much longer, expanding the sweet spot for the player to execute puck skills, and creating a consistency of where the puck is handled.

Direct Drive™ Blade

The construction of the EB2 blade uses Direct Drive™ technology and gives players a true feel of the puck and uniform energy transfer when stick handling and shooting

Abides by USA Hockey Rule 301

The sticks shall be made of wood or other material approved by the Rules Committee, and must not have any projections. All edges of the blade shall be beveled. The end of a hollow shaft must be fully covered. Adhesive tape of any color may be wrapped around the stick at any place for the purpose of reinforcement or to improve control of the puck.

  • No stick shall exceed 63 inches in length from the heel to the end of the shaft.
  • The blade of the player’s stick shall not exceed 12 ½ inches in length and 3 inches in width. The width of the blade shall be a minimum of 2 inches at any point measured along the blade.
  • The curvature of the blade, measured in such a way that a straight line drawn from the heel to the base of the toe shall not exceed ¾ inch at the point of maximum curvature.
Diagram of the EB2 Spider Length Diagram of the EB2 Spider Curve


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