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[Please welcome high school hockey coach Dennis Boomer, who kindly tested the Easton Stealth RS and provided his thoughts on the stick for Kukla’s Korner readers.]
As soon as I picked up the stick I noticed how light it was. I prefer a heavy stick, but as I used the Easton Stealth RS, the light weight didn’t bother me as much. Also the shaft has a tacky finish to allow for a better grip, which helps in stick handling and doesn’t interfere with play like other tackified sticks.
But shooting the puck is where the Easton Stealth RS separates itself from other sticks. The wrist shots and snapshots are greatly improved because of the tapering of the shaft. The puck really jumps off the stick blade with far less effort than some of the older sticks.