Who’s Your StickTrickDaddy?


Trick Daddy.  He’d posit Casey Powell and Brett Queener are quite thug worthy.  Stick trick thug life, indeed. Easton Lacrosse stick trick thuggery to the fullest.  Michael Evans (ex-Hopkins D-man) also makes a brief appearance but he is not a stick trick thug.  Bit of a rhinestone cowboy though. Don’t believe me? Just watch the video below. Wardrobe!

Oh yeah, Easton just recently signed Casey, Michael and Brett as sponsored players.  With moves like this, Easton seems to be ready to make a real push into lacrosse.  Of course, we’ve seen other manufacturers look ready and then fall flat on their faces for 2 or 3 years so the jury is still out on this one. For now. We’ll have more on this in the future.

I’d ask you guys to send in videos of yourself trying some of these tricks and a bunch of your own, but I don’t want you to embarrass yourselves too badly. Below is one of the better videos online and it features Mikey Powell and if you’re in this galaxy of slick stick trickery, then send ’em on. If not, watch and learn. And then do it in a game.

But if you really just want to have some fun with it, do this in a game. Especially a Messiah (D3 NCAA) alumni game.


    • it probably should be doing the opposite for you! Easton has a strong history of working with metals, plastics and leathers. these are the main base goods used in lacrosse and having experience working with them is insanely helpful for Easton.

      this means they have relationships with metal and plastic manufacturers and foundries on Chine or India (where almost all american sports equipment is produced). a good relationship can take years to make so that’s a good start.

      Easton is also part of Easton-Bell sports, the guys who make most of the bike helmets you see on the road. this bodes well for their helmet dept.

      Easton has good experience and while I am NOT a believer (yet!), I do think the potential is certainly there!