By Kyle Stevenson, Pure Hockey Marketing
So once again we decided to take some playoff data and put our own little Pure Hockey gear spin on it. This time we took the two Stanley Cup Finals combatants and compiled their points through these playoffs, with a twist. We have broken it down and looked at points scores by each brand, in 3 different gear categories, sticks, gloves and skates for each team. In a very impressive 6-for-6 sweep, Bauer took home the title, accounting for the most points on both the Bruins and Blackhawks in all three categories.
Sticks: Not surprisingly considering their high number of players using their sticks, Bauer took home the most points on both teams. Coming in second was Reebok on the Bruins and CCM on the Hawks.
Gloves: Again Bauer came away with the win in both locker rooms, running away with the win on the Bruins, more than tripling the points produced by players wearing 2nd place Reebok. For the Hawks on the other hand, Bauer won, but by a much smaller margin, only putting up 13 more points than Reebok who again came in 2nd place, and Warrior in a close 3rd place at 24 points produced.
Skates: In an absolute landslide, Bauer skate users put home 120 points for the Bruins or about 86% of all their team’s points. CCM and Reebok came in 2nd and 3rd respectively. The Blackhawks saw Bauer users score the lion’s share of points as well, showing up on the score sheet 114 times. CCM coming in 2nd at 43 points and Reebok in 3rd with 10 points.
Check out the results below or download the bigger version right here.