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The 84K looks to offer high-end performance for the recreational player at a budget-friendly price. This stick has a more traditional build tailored to empower that low kick point play style, with tech including “T” geometry and a composite stiff blade. Read more..
Stick Flex Profile
The 84K is part of the Ribcor family, which is CCM’s low kick point stick family. These sticks gradually get softer toward the blade and bend closer to the hosel, a design that helps them load shots as quickly and easily as possible. This style specializes in quick-release shots and is equipped with various features to support this specific kick point.
Shaft Construction & Stiffness
Square “T” geometry is the shaft shape that most hockey sticks, both modern and retro, use. It returns to use quite often and is favoured by many professional players due to its reliability and familiar feel. This geometry is also the easiest to play with and caters to a wide range of stickhandling forms and playstyles.
To allow low kick point sticks to be a bit whippier near the bottom without losing control, the blade requires a bit more stiffness than other sticks. The 84K uses a composite stiff blade to achieve this effect, with a combination of carbon and fibreglass to further enhance durability as well.
For 2022, CCM has scrapped the classic green of the Ribcor series in favour of a black and purple colour scheme. The Ribcor 84K in particular has a darker, more low-profile look, going for a look that prefers more shades and grey, with one purple-accented line down the side of the shaft.
The Ribcor 84K uses a soft gloss grip, which is a common choice for most hockey sticks since it allows for a consistent and firm hold throughout the entire shaft.
Blade Patterns, Flex & Stick Length
The Ribcor 84K Senior hockey stick is available in the following blade patterns: P29.
P29 is the best blade pattern for all-around play, with a mid-curve style. It is great at handling the puck in small spaces, including face-offs. This curve may suffer a little bit on the backhand. Due to its balanced design, this pattern can also be described as the perfect beginner blade.