RBZ Speedburner Stick

Teaming up with TaylorMade again has led to the creation of the CCM Speedburner, the latest addition to the RBZ stick family. Thanks to the new PowerHosel construction we’re helping to increase shot power even more than before through better loading and energy transfer. Combining this with our proven Speed Pocket technology for that unique trampoline-effect, the RBZ Speedburner is the ultimate in reengineered power.

Speed Pocket

The CCM Speedburner pulls inspiration from TaylorMade's high performance Speed Pocket design. Exclsuive to the RBZ stick line, it creates a pocket of power that helps improve the C.O.R. (Coefficient of Restitution) technology, better known as the trampoline-effect, for powerful shots and a unique feel.

PowerHosel Technology

In extending the shaft down into the blade, the new PowerHosel technology helps to transfer more energy from your hands through to the puck for more powerful shots. By modifying this construction, the hosel area has been strengthened resulting in improved durability.

Custom Kick Point

This unique kick point is great for shooters since the player will be able to load the stick no matter the position of the bottom hand, helping shooters whose hands may not be in the perfect position to still get shots off with power behind them.

Specs

  • Weight
    425 grams
  • Blade
    Speed Pocket construction provides an unbelievable trampoline effect (C.O.R.) to maximize puck speed
  • Taper
    PowerHosel Technology, the new rib inside the hosel helps maximize the energy transfer and increase durability.
  • Power Swing Technology
    Extremely low swing weight for a better weight distribution throughout the stick gives the player a faster swing
  • Kick Point
    Custom kick point has the stick flex based on the player’s bottom hand, making it perfect for any type of shot and no matter if the player is in the perfect position

Flex Chart

With all the different sticks available on the market, it can be hard to choose the right one. Not only are there many models, but curves and flexes can also be a challenge. Picking the right flex is a crucial step. If a player picks a stick that is too soft or too stiff they will not be able to load the stick efficiently. This chart was developed to help guide players, by using two simple criteria, weight and height.

Curves

Dion Phaneuf

P6 (123-2)

PositionHeel / Mid
SizeSmall
OpenessOpened
BenefitsHeel curve for powerful shots
Flex
  • SR Stiff Flex 105 - 62”
  • SR Stiff Flex 95 - 62”
  • SR Stiff Flex 85 - 62”
  • SR Regular Flex 75 - 60”

Alex Galchenyuk

P15 (152-2)

PositionHeel
SizeMedium
OpenessOpened
BenefitsDeeper heel curve for power and control of shots
Flex
  • SR Stiff Flex 105 - 62”
  • SR Stiff Flex 95 - 62”
  • SR Regular Flex 85 - 60”
  • SR Medium Flex 75 - 58”

Sidney Crosby

P29 (203-2)

PositionMid
SizeBig
OpenessOpened
BenefitsAll-in-one. Accurate passing, good control and a hard shot
Flex
  • SR Stiff Flex 105 - 62”
  • SR Stiff Flex 95 - 62”
  • SR Regular Flex 85 - 60”
  • SR Medium Flex 75 - 58”
  • INT Flex 65 - 57”
  • WHIP Flex 60 - 56”
  • JR Flex 50 - 52”
  • JR Flex 40 - 52”
  • YT Flex 35 - 47”

Marian Hossa

P40 (184-1)

PositionMid
SizeBig
OpenessSlightly opened
BenefitsDeep curve for raising wrist shots easily
Flex
  • SR Stiff Flex 105 - 62”
  • SR Stiff Flex 95 - 62”
  • SR Regular Flex 85 - 60”
  • SR Medium Flex 75 - 58”
  • INT Flex 65 - 57”
  • WHIP Flex 60 - 56”
  • JR Flex 50 - 52”
  • JR Flex 40 - 52”

John Tavares

P45 (145-1)

PositionHeel / Mid
SizeMedium
OpenessSlightly opened
BenefitsMid curve provides control and accuracy
Flex
  • SR Stiff Flex 105 - 62”
  • SR Stiff Flex 95 - 62”
  • INT Flex 65 - 57”
  • SR Stiff Flex 85 - 62”
  • SR Regular Flex 75 - 60”

Patrice Bergeron

P46 (192-2)

PositionMid / Toe
SizeBig
OpenessOpened
BenefitsDeep pocket helps cradle the puck
Flex
  • SR Stiff Flex 105 - 62”
  • SR Stiff Flex 95 - 62”
  • INT Flex 65 - 57”
  • WHIP Flex 60 - 56”
  • JR Flex 50 - 52”
  • JR Flex 40 - 52”
  • SR Stiff Flex 85 - 62”
  • SR Regular Flex 75 - 60”