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US20150038273 HOCKEY STICK WITH PLASTIC WEAR STRIP  
The hockey stick has a plastic wear strip along the bottom edge of the blade of the stick. Preferably the wear strip is of polyurethane having a flexural modulus in the range of 300 to 550 MPa at...
US20070243957 Buffering structure for hollow and tubular sport items  
A hollow and tubular sport item includes a rectangular cross section which includes four corners and each corner includes a buffering structure. The buffering structure includes a recess which is...
US20130160921 Cushioned tape and method to improve playability and grip  
A cushioned tape to improve the playability and feel of a hockey stick blade is disclosed. The cushioned tape contains a bottom adhesive layer, a middle cushioned layer, and a top film layer. The...
US20120283054 BLADE OF/FOR A HOCKEY STICK  
A blade of/for a hockey stick having: a toe, a heel, rear face, and front face. The front face has a striking surface intermediate the toe and the heel, and a plurality of front protrusions...
US20100016104 SLEEVE ADAPTED TO BE FITTED AROUND A HOCKEY STICK BLADE  
A sleeve and method of fitting the sleeve around at least a portion of a blade of a hockey stick is provided. The sleeve has an integral tubelike body made of an elastomeric rubber. In addition,...
US20110237365 HOCKEY STICK  
Hockey stick configurations and hockey stick blade constructs are disclosed. The blade is comprised of one or more inner core elements, surrounded by one or more walls made of reinforcing fibers...
US20110160008 Hockey Stick Blade  
A hockey stick blade in which at least a portion of a bottom of the blade is shaped so that when the bottom of the blade is rested on ice, the portion touches the ice forward of a center, from...
US20090124437 Hockey stick cover  
A hockey stick protective cover for protecting the blade and at least a portion of the shaft of one or more hockey sticks from damage and from damaging other surfaces. The device has two fastening...
US20110160009 HOCKEY STICK  
A composite hockey stick having a tubular hollow shaft and a blade is disclosed. The shaft includes a region of focused weight in the form of an overlay coating that is applied on top if the...
US20090149283 Split Core Hockey Stick Blade  
A composite hockey stick blade having a paddle portion that includes an inner foam core overlaid, or sandwiched, with a plastic wrap. The inner foam core is formed having an upper section of a...
US20050070382 Device and method for adding weight to a hockey stick blade  
Provided here are devices and method for adding weight to a hockey stick blade. The device comprises at least one weight and means for securing the at least one weight to the face of the blade and...
US20080293525 Angled Field Hockey Stick Toe  
A field hockey stick is disclosed that allows a player to have improved handling of the ball. The field hockey stick of the present invention includes at least a portion of a ball-contacting...
US20090253537 LOOP STICK  
The invention consists of a blade for a hockey stick, comprising: a blade portion, with a forehand side and a backhand side and a loop extending from the one or both sides of the blade portion,...
US20080026885 FIELD HOCKEY STICK WITH BALL PORTION  
A field hockey stick that allows a player to have improved handling of the ball. The field hockey stick of the present invention includes a ball portion in at least a portion of the shaft front...
US20100125010 HOCKEY STICK APPARATUS FOR STICK HANDLING TRAINING AND METHODS OF STICK HANDLING TRAINING  
A hockey stick for training a person in stick handling, having elongate upper stick portion, an elongate lower stick portion, an elongate coupling member, and an elongate middle stick portion. The...
US20090264229 BLADE FOR A STICK  
The invention is for a blade for a stick, such as a hockey stick or a floor hockey stick comprising: an attachment means for a shaft close to an essentially elongated blade in turn comprising a...
US20100323830 Sports apparatus shaft and blade with added impact protection and method of making same  
The invention pertains to sports shafts to other sports equipment subjected to impact thereon. The longitudinal edges of the sports shaft are replaced with elastomeric material so as to create a...
US20090149284 Hockey Stick Blade Having Fiber-Reinforced High Density Foam Core  
A composite hockey stick blade including a fiber reinforced, high-density foam polymeric core material overlaid with a plastic wrap. The fiber reinforcement material, in the form of a plurality of...
US20140094329 Hockey Training Aid  
Here is disclosed a hockey training aid for use with a hockey stick which teaches the player how to correctly capture and shoot the puck. The hockey training aid includes a resilient plastic...
US20120046136 CO-MOLDED, FOCUSED WEIGHTED, DIMPLE ARRAYED HOCKEY STICKS AND OTHER COMPOSITE STRUCTURES  
Unique composite structures are disclosed that include focused adjustably weighted end plugs, co-molded focused weighted and non-weighted logo/branding components and/or dimple arrays. A...
US20090239687 LACROSSE STICK  
A handle for attachment to a lacrosse head, comprising, a rod having a top end adapted for coupling to a lacrosse head, a bottom end opposite the top end, a first and second grip area, wherein the...
US20120083370 Hockey Stick Having Splayed Blade  
A hockey stick blade is splayed so as to provide two curved surfaces that are disposed oppositely with respect to one another. By providing two opposed curved surfaces, the hockey stick blade of...
US20100035708 Hockey stick  
A composite hockey stick having a tubular hollow shaft and a blade is disclosed. The shaft includes a region of focused weight in the form of an overlay coating that is applied on top if the...
US20150196817 HOCKEY STICK WITH IMPROVED BLADE CONSTRUCTION  
An improved hockey stick blade is provided. The hockey stick blade generally includes a forward face defining a substantially zero degree face angle and a lower terminating edge that increases...
US20090005198 HOCKEY STICK  
A hockey stick includes a shaft and a blade. The blade has a toe end, a heel end, a top edge and a bottom edge. The blade has an opening portion within a region between the toe portion and 1/3 of...
US20140315669 BLADE OF/FOR A HOCKEY STICK  
A hockey stick blade with a rear face and a front face having a heel portion, a toe portion spaced apart from the heel portion, and a central portion intermediate the toe and heel portions. The...
US20150126311 HOCKEY BLADE WITH ENHANCED CROWN  
A hockey stick includes a blade and a shaft meeting at an elbow region. A crown located along the top edge of the elbow region has an increased width, an increased height, or both, relative to...
US20130172135 HOCKEY STICK BLADE  
A hockey stick blade comprising an elongated fiber-reinforced polymer body having a fiber-reinforced polymer front face element and a fiber-reinforced polymer rear face element. The rear face...
US20150251067 HOCKEY-STICK BLADE WITH TAILORED PERFORMANCE REGIONS  
A hockey-stick blade includes a heel region, a toe region spaced longitudinally from the heel region, and a mid-region located between the heel region and the toe region. The toe region includes...
US20140148279 HOCKEY-STICK BLADE WITH TAILORED PERFORMANCE REGIONS  
A hockey-stick blade includes a heel region, a toe region spaced longitudinally from the heel region, and a mid-region located between the heel region and the toe region. The toe region includes...
US20110028250 ICE HOCKEY STICK  
An ice hockey stick has a shaft and an adjoining blade. The shaft has a proximal end proximate the blade, a distal end opposite the proximal end, and an outer surface. The outer surface has a...
US20080020872 HOCKEY STICK  
A substantially non-deformable all-steel player hockey stick for the purpose of training includes a blade having a heel portion and a hollow rectangular tubular shaft formed to receive the heel of...
US20080127721 Method, system and apparatus for achieving level balance in an instrument  
The present invention is a method, system and/or apparatus for achieving a level balance through the use of one or more fluids, solids and/or gases (identified herein as “liquidwick”), whether...
US20150133244 HOCKEY-STICK BLADE WITH REINFORCING FRAME  
A hockey-stick blade includes a reinforcing frame that provides improved strength, rigidity, and impact resistance. The reinforcing frame may be continuous along the top, bottom, and toe edges of...
US20150038272 HOCKEY-STICK BLADE WITH REINFORCING FRAME  
A hockey-stick blade includes a reinforcing frame that provides improved strength, rigidity, and impact resistance. The reinforcing frame may be continuous along the top, bottom, and toe edges of...
US20140323250 BLADE FOR A HOCKEY STICK  
A hockey stick blade comprising a front and a rear blade face, the front blade face comprising at least one front layer of reinforcing fiber material having a first reinforcing fiber density, and...
US20140057746 BLADE FOR A HOCKEY STICK  
A hockey stick blade comprising a front and a rear blade face, the front blade face comprising at least one front layer of reinforcing fiber material having a first reinforcing fiber density, and...
US20120244968 BLADE FOR A HOCKEY STICK  
A hockey stick blade comprising a front and a rear blade face, the front blade face comprising at least one front layer of reinforcing fiber material having a first reinforcing fiber density, and...
US20050181897 Blade member  
A blade member adapted to be connected to a shaft of a hockey stick or the like includes an elongated hollow blade body, a flexible damping portion, and an interface portion. The elongated hollow...
US20150246274 I-BEAM CONSTRUCTION IN A HOCKEY BLADE CORE  
A reinforced hockey stick blade and a related method of manufacture are provided. The hockey stick blade can include a core element defining one or more longitudinal channels bounded by an upper...
US20130116070 I-BEAM CONSTRUCTION IN A HOCKEY BLADE CORE  
A reinforced hockey stick blade and a related method of manufacture are provided. The hockey stick blade can include a core element defining one or more longitudinal channels bounded by an upper...
US20120058843 HOCKEY STICK BLADE  
A hockey stick blade assembly has forehand and backhand blade members with respective toe ends and heel ends, plus a bridging member interconnecting the two toe ends. The forehand member has a...
US20150045154 HOCKEY-STICK BLADE WITH TAILORED PERFORMANCE REGIONS  
A hockey-stick includes a blade and a shaft. The blade includes a heel region, a toe region spaced longitudinally from the heel region, and a mid-region located between the heel region and the toe...
US20140194231 BLADE CONSTRUCTS AND METHODS OF FORMING BLADE CONSTRUCTS  
A dual-core blade and method for manufacturing a dual-core blade are disclosed. The blade is formed with a first core portion and a second core portion comprising an epoxy having a plurality of...
US20160375331 HOCKEY STICK  
A goalkeeper's hockey stick with an angled shaft is disclosed. The goalkeeper stick is comprised of a shaft, paddle and blade. The shaft connects to the paddle which connects to the blade. The...
US20160303445 HOCKEY STICK HAVING REINFORCED CORE STRUCTURE  
A blade for a hockey stick is provided. The blade includes a first core member and a covering member. The first core member includes a tube and an expanding foam core material disposed within the...
US20160199712 TWO-PART HOCKEY STICK  
A two-part hockey stick having a hockey stick blade and a hockey stick shaft joined together at a joint. The hockey stick has a blade with a neck, a heel, and a toe. The joint has a male joint...
US20150328513 Balanced lower center of gravity hockey stick blade  
A hockey stick blade of a type having a puck-striking body of weight and an imparting construction material inclined at a selected angle for driving a struck puck a corresponding selected height...
US20150328512 SPORTING GOODS INCLUDING MICROLATTICE STRUCTURES  
A sporting good implement, such as a hockey stick or ball bat, includes a main body. The main body may be formed from multiple layers of a structural material, such as a fiber-reinforced composite...
US20120142460 HOCKEY STICK BLADE WITH RESILIENTLY COMPRESSIBLE CORE MEMBER  
A blade for a hockey stick includes a front face, a rear face, a first end operable to be connected to a blade connecting end of a handle portion, a second end that is opposite the first end, an...

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