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Get Your Hockey Equipment at Hockey Monkey Today! Good quality hockey skates, hockey sticks, hockey helmets, and hockey pads are the most common hockey equipment needs of most hockey players. Finding good hockey equipment at a fair price, however, can be a challenge.

Locally you can usually find only a very limited selection of hockey equipment. Specialty hockey stores carry a small mount of brand selection, and can have huge price tags to finance the cost of their hockey storefront.

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Hockey Equipment Reviews

5 stars
Hockey Monkey

HOCKEY Best-In-Class Blue Ribbon Award

Hockey Monkey is an outstanding hockey store. They offer a massive variety of hockey equipment, hockey clothing, and hockey accessories at very competitive prices. Combined with a knowledgeable staff and an outstanding return policy, Hockey Monkey should be your first stop for any of your hockey equipment needs.
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4.5 stars
Goalie Monkey


Goalie Monkey offers a very large selection of hockey equipment, clothing and accessories specific to the very specialize position of goaltender. Their web site is excellent and easy to navigate and their prices are among the lowest of those reviewed. Read More... Visit

3.5 stars
Hockey Shot


Hockey Shot is an online seller of a very large variety of hockey training aids. They do not sell specific hockey equipment such as sticks and gloves but instead sell almost every imaginable specific skill set training aids. Read More... Visit

2 stars
Online Sports


Online Sports sells sporting goods, equipment and accessories for a large selection of sports, including hockey. The website is somewhat cumbersome to use and the graphics a little hard to read.
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Informed hockey players have found that online hockey equipment stores provide a huge selection of quality hockey equipment, at competitive prices, across a large selection of hockey brands. This gives you the opportunity to get exactly what you need, at the best price available.

You can do this all while shopping from the comfort of your home, without having to drive to different hockey stores searching for the right hockey equipment.

Hockey equipment stores are not all alike. Before making your next hockey equipment purchase, you should consider the following:

  • Selection. Does the hockey company provide a wide range of hockey brands in the hockey equipment you're looking for?
  • Cost. How do the prices compare to other hockey stores? Where can you get the best value for your money?
  • Return Policy. If you're not satisfied with the hockey equipment once it arrives, can you receive your money back? has reviewed and ranked the best hockey equipment stores available today. We hope these reviews help you find the best hockey equipment to meet your needs!

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