CCM Ribcor Trigger 7 Pro Stick
GearGeek.com's first sighting: Nathan MacKinnon at a practice with the Avalanche in late March 2022.
CCM Ribcor Trigger 7 Pro's notable moments:
•Brock Boeser recorded his 50th point of the 2023 season with a Ribcor Trigger 7 Pro. It was the first time since 2019 that he hit the 50-point mark.
•Eeli Tolvanen switched to a Ribcor Trigger 7 Pro in late January 2023. This ended a LONG streak of using the Ribcor Trigger 4.
•Trevor Zegras was seen with a Ribcor Trigger 7 Pro during a game in early January 2023 against Dallas … briefly using Joel Kiviranta’s after breaking his own stick.
How does the graphic look?
Undoubtedly one of the more basic graphic designs from the Ribcor family. The Trigger 7 Pro is mostly black, with a bit of white and purple. On the backhand side, “CCM” is in large letters with white on the hosel, while “Ribcor” is in purple at about the same size near the knob. If paying close attention, you can see “Trigger 7 Pro” next to “Ribcor” in a combination of white and purple (this being noticeably smaller than previous brand hits). The forehand side almost resembles Bauer’s all-black Nexus 1000. “CCM” is in the same spot on the shaft, but this time in a darker color that nearly blends in with the rest. In similar fashion, “Ribcor Trigger 7 Pro” is legible near the top, but again only if paying close attention. Overall, the graphic of this Ribcor stick is not something anyone would pick if the intention was to stand out.
Why is the CCM Ribcor Trigger 7 Pro unique?
The Ribcor Trigger 7 Pro is noticeably lighter than its predecessor (Trigger 6). Offering a low kick with a soft taper area and ideal vertical flex, this Ribcor was made for an ultra-quick release. Featuring a shaft that uses high-performing nanolite carbon layering technology, this stick is super reliable and allows for consistency. The Trigger 7 Pro’s shaft features a concave design to maximize dexterity and provide a superb feel.
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