[Whiteout Series] Rogue A Hockey Stick - Junior Expand

[Whiteout Series] Rogue A Hockey Stick - Junior

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Rogue A is built to burn holes in the back of the net. A pro, elite-level stick in age appropriate flex and length pairings makes it the best choice for young players, to learn how to load and shoot with confidence and accuracy.

WARNING: May prompt regular smiles from your child

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Hockey experts recommend using a stick with a flex less than half your body weight at all age & skill levels.

Did you know a stick's flex increases approximately 10 for every 2 inches cut off the shaft? Could you shoot with a stick that bends like a steel rod?

That is why we worked with top engineers to develop a hockey stick with better fitting flexes and lengths for young players under 120 pounds that promotes properly learning to flex, load, and shoot.


  • Wicked Light One-Piece Carbon Construction
  • Junior Size Shaft and Blade for Optimal Control and Response
  • Traditional Square Shaped Shaft with Concave Sidewalls Paired with our New Corner Tactile Rib Texture and Player-Preferred Matte-grip Coating
  • Improved Stiff, Lightweight Blade with Dampening Technology to Maximize Puck Feel
  • O Curve Blade: One of the Best Patterns for Stick Handling and Shooting, both Forehand and Backhand


30 Flex | 52" Tall | 275g

40 Flex | 56" Tall | 295g

Height and Weight Target Twig Flex Guide

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How to Fit Your Child (It's really easy!)

To best fit to your child, there are two steps.

1. Start first with flex. Divide their weight by 2 and select the closest flex without going over.

Example: Target flex for a 54 pound player would be the closet to 27 without going over (The 20 Flex.)

2. Ensure the stick height on the chosen flex stick is adequate. Without skates on, experts recommend a stick that touches underneath the nose but no lower than bottom of the chin when stood upright, shaft perpendicular to the ground. If it's too short, go to the next flex/length up. If too long, consider the next size down or cutting down the shaft (the latter will increase the flex though.)

Blade Curve Chart

O Curve Blade Pattern

Pattern: O

Curve: Mid-Toe

Face: Open

Toe: Round

Similar Patterns:

Bauer P92 (Backstrom/Ovechkin)
CCM P29 (Crosby)
Warrior W03 (Backstrom/Henrique/Kopitar)
True TC2.5
Sher-Wood PP26
Raven C19

Skill Level Elite
Composition Advanced 18K Carbon Fiber One-piece Construction
Shaft Geometry Traditional Square with Slightly Concave Sidewalls
Kick Point Mid
Weight 270g (30 Flex) | 290g (40 Flex)
Shaft Finish Matte Grip with Corner Tactile Rib
Blade Stiff, Lightweight Core with Dampening Technology and 18K Finish
Build Size Junior

Reviews (5)

Rated 5.00 on the scale 1 - 5 based on 5 customer reviews
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Great stick with a great look

Bought this for my 10 year old son. He love the look and more importantly the feel of it. Great product.

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Rogue A

My son loves his new Rogue A
Lightweight and super attractive Hockey stick.

Her Favourite

My Daughter has been using twig sticks from 30-50 flex over the last 4 years. She has tried other brands but says she can handle the puck so much better with her Twig. And Dad likes that top corner wrister too!

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So far so good!

My 9yo just had his first practice with his new stick and loved it. Stick handling and shots were great! He said he felt like it was lighter so we weighed it... with tape and grip it was 2 ounces lighter than his previous Bauer and True sticks both cut shorter. The first practice already left a bunch of black stick marks as to be expected but he loves it. It was a hit at the rink between players, coaches, and parents! Everyone thought it was spray painted at first.

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Great Unique Stick!

Light, unique and definitely stands out! Finally a change to the game if sticks! First impression was that my sons stick reminded me of floor hockey stick in gym class! Lol