Inspiration behind the Dangler junior stick blade
The PAMA Dangler junior stick has taken its blade inspiration from one of the greatest NHL players of all time. Straight blade pattern has been used in our junior stick in order to teach players to pass and receive pucks correctly. A straighter blade is optimal for backhand shots, as the curve on the blade is not as steep as on more open blade types.Lue Lisää (Suomeksi) Read more (english)
Torsional rigidity. A word that is not heard commonly in hockey world, is more important than you might think. A force that keeps your stick from twisting when you pass or receive the puck, shoot a hard slapshot or a wicked wrist shot.Read more
The STICKS WE SENT TO CHILE
The most southern hockey tournament in the world was held in Puerto Williams from July 5 to July 7. PAMA sticks were given to the best players of the tournament. The most important thing is that we got to make new friends from the other side of our planet. Hockey truly unites us all!Read more
ALPO suhonen & veli-pekka ketola
Former head coach of Chicago Black Hawks Alpo Suhonen, former professional player Jon MacWilliams of Canada and Finnish ice hockey icon Veli-Pekka Ketola had a gathering in Pori, the home town of Mr. KetolaRead more
president niinistö gets a pama
The President of Finland, Mr. Sauli Niinistö is an avid hockey player. On February 9th, 2019 both Mr. Niinistö and PAMA attended Save Pond Hockey tournament in Helsinki, Finland.
Mr. Niinistö came to talk with us by the PAMA tent, and we had the opportunity to give him one of our sticks, PAMA PHX Carbon – and a roll of hockey tape with it.
the stick we sent to canada
We, as a hockey stick manufacturer, know that sticks break. It’s a contact sport and modern sticks are made of carbon, so sometimes you just have bad luck.To show our compassion, we sent a stick to Mr. Dobson. We sent a letter from our founder Mr. Tiitola with it and posted a picture to our social media.read more