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Easton Hockey Scores Big in 2011 Stanley Cup Playoffs
- Updated: June 23, 2011
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.