Ice, in-line and street hockey
Sticks come in different sizes and configurations to match to every hockey player.
Standard hockey stick configuration names and their range of lengths are:
Junior = 46-53 inches
Intermediate = around 54 inches
Senior = 56-63 inches
Sticks are usually measured in inches regardless of where they are. Most sticks used are either 35.5, 36.5 or 37.5 inches; those for junior players are often shorter, perhaps 26" or 27".
It depends on the height of a player.
Most players will usually stand next to their stick and cut it at their chin.
As far as I know his stick is shoulder height on skates, which is the at your chin off skates.
It depends on how tall the player is. A hockey stick should be up to about the players nose when they are off ice. Did this help? laneylou16
no longer than 5'11"
He starts with an 80 flex but he cuts 5-6 inches off of it.
Although stick length depends on the individual player, a length of 32" to 35" is common.
A centimetre is probably best
There is no regular length because you have to get to stick to fit you lets say your 5 feet tall you would probaby want a 4 and a half foot stick, so there is no default length .
Not meaning to be facetious, but the answer is to buy a new, longer shafted stick.
if your a 8 to 12 year old then get a junior 13 and up then senior stick. cut it were its the length of your chin.