NHL game used stick openers are 7" long not including the cord loop.
Officially licensed by the National Hockey League.
The game used sticks used to make these bottle openers are procured directly from the NHL teams or official NHL partners. Includes a tamper-evident hologram sticker to ensure authenticity. Look up hologram's unique number at Authentication to learn details of stick's game history.
Can I order a specific player or game?
What is the Game Used criteria for a player stick?
We target players with a minimum 30 games per season and average 10 minutes of time on ice per game. Note that with so much player movement, a player might only have spent one season with your team but consideration is given to the overall length of the player's career.
Tokens Bottle Openers - Design & Craft
In 2006 Tokens found an opportunity to work with sports artifacts, mainly vintage stadium seats which we turned into cuff links and pens. When we began to acquire game used baseball bats, hockey sticks, collegiate stadium seats & arena floors we were captivated with the patina, the tangible record of the game's wear and tear, right there on the equipment. A bottle opener seemed a natural way to preserve this patina and give fans a chance to appreciate and share with friends over a beer.
We make the bottle openers in Berkeley, California. The bats, sticks etc are authenticated and then our artisans cut & shape by hand, safety any edges and finally a durable nickel plated opener hardware of our design is attached. We leave the patina on... and we'll leave the opening to you.
Blade Beer Flights
We were perplexed about the blades, the business end of the stick that takes a ferocious beating on the ice colliding with pucks, skates, other sticks and the boards. Luckily, most players wrap tape around their blades to "soften" them and help with puck handling. We found upon removing the tape, the blade's carbon fiber was not only intact but revealed a handsome natural carbon fiber pattern. One artisan, three holes & three glasses later we have takeoff. The Blade Beer Flight.