Pink in the Rink
Pink Fighter Hockey Stick (Senior)

PLEASE NOTE: This is a PRE-ORDER! We place orders in batches, if you have specific questions about delivery dates, please contact us.

Our Sticks feel and perform just like all name brand pro level sticks. Why pay $269 retail prices when you can purchase a pro level stick from Pink in the Rink.

You ask yourself, how is this possible? We work with the manufacturer that makes pro level sticks and we don't have overhead like other companies. You're not paying for the BIG name on the stick. You're getting the same great technology and performance from our hockey sticks.


  • Low kick point
  • Pro level Pinktreme Carbon Fiber
  • Weighs 425 grams
  • Crisp blade to maximize a quick release shot by getting the puck of the blade quickly
  • Responsive shaft that is great for that quick release without sacrificing strength and durability
  • Use if you are a wrist/snap shot shooter 
  • Shoots and performs similar to the APX2/Reebok Ribcor

When you purchase a stick from Pink in the Rink, know that you're also giving back. Every stick has a $20-$50 mark up worked into the retail price of which 100% of the proceeds will be donated to the American Cancer Society. Purchase a stick knowning that you're joining us in funding the fight and finding a cure!

"My 8 yr old sonDawson and I playing in Pink in the Rink to honor my deceased grandmother (leukemia), a late former co worker Robin Chase (breast cancer), a late former baseball coach/local legend Warren Doane (throat cancer), cancer survivor/ co worker Kathleen Sheerin, Sue Case (currently battling cancer) and to support my former fiancee Audra Beliveau (currently being treated for breast cancer) love you AB. Also, for those who are currently battling cancer, survivors of cancer and those who unfortunately lost their battles with cancer!"
- David Fancher, Player
Wheels to Recovery

Every day thousands of cancer patients need a ride to treatment, but some may not have a way to get there. Through our partnership with the American Cancer Society, the Wheels to Recovery Program provides transportation to and from treatment for people with cancer who do not have a ride or are unable to drive themselves. For more information about this program or to schedule transportation using the Pink In The Rink, click here.

Pictures from the youth game are going up on our Facebook page... A lot more to add!
Thursday, June 1 @ 1:56 AM
RT @NEHockeyExpo: We are pleased to announce that proceeds from our autograph session with @zachsanford21 will go to @pinkinrink https://t.…
Thursday, June 1 @ 1:54 AM
Great event! Thank you to everyone involved! Thank you @TriTownIceArena for hosting us for the 3rd year!
Monday, May 22 @ 2:34 PM