STX Stallion HPR Stick Review

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IW Hockey reviews the STX Stallion HPR Hockey Stick.

The STX Stallion HPR Grip Stick is the flagship model in the Stallion Line, offering devastating shot power with one of the highest balance points in the game today. One way STX accomplished this was with their new PureBlade Power blade construction that removes weight and simultaneously improves shot power and puck feel.

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