I bought a one piece Easton Stealth S333 composite stick on sale last week and thought it was great. I broke my back-up stick, so I decided to get an extra Stealth S333. However, it doesn't look like this stick actually exists. I can't seem to find any trace of it online and stores aren't familiar with it either.
yes i have a few too! the s333 well the one that was given to me (shhh) was almost a fiberglass made stick, and it was really really blade heavy, and also was given a s999 looked like a easton s17 red, and it was really blade heavy and when taped on the floor it sounded like it was full of concrete.
The correct term for this kind of equipment is SMU or Special Make-Up. Manufacturers like Easton provide special lines of gear to stores like Source for Sports or Hockey Experts that can't be found anywhere else.