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Easton Hockey Scores Big in 2011 Stanley Cup Playoffs

Zdeno Chara, Rich Peverly, and David Krejci of the Boston Bruins

Zdeno Chara, Rich Peverly, and David Krejci of the Boston Bruins all use Easton Sticks

As fans, we can look back on the 2011 Stanley Cup Playoffs and remember a lot of thrilling, high-intensity matchups featuring a myriad of remarkable saves and highlight-reel dangles. But as one of the major hockey equipment manufacturers, Easton Hockey will look back on 2011 as a year where their sticks dominated the playoffs.

According to Easton’s Big Play Newsletter, they have the following honors to celebrate:

  • #1 in the 2011 Playoffs for players who scored more than one point
  • #1 in the 2011 Playoffs for goals
  • #1 in the 2011 Playoffs for assists
  • #1 in the 2011 Playoffs for points

Easton also scored big with some individual honors as well:

  • Mike Cammalleri – lead all first round scorers with 3 goals and 7 assists. Stick – Easton Stealth RS.
  • David Krejci – lead all playoff scorers in goals with 12, points with 23, and game winning goals with 4. Stick of choice: Easton Stealth RS.
  • David Krejci & Devin Setoguchi – Only two players in the 2011 playoffs to score hat-tricks. Both used the Easton Stealth RS.
  • Teemu Selanne – Only player to score 6 goals in a single series. Stick – Easton Stealth S19.

Beyond that, more than twenty different players scored a goal using the new Easton Stealth RS hockey stick. What started as a project to a sample of NHL players in the 2011 playoffs, turned into the achievements above.

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