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  2. chippa13

    2018-19 Supplemental Discipline

    That is what late and blind side gets these days. It was a dirty play, imagine what Tom Wilson would have got.
  3. IPv6Freely

    3d printed stick extension / knob!

    I’d love to see somebody come up with a knob that is shaped like what Price and/or Sparks use
  4. 215BroadStBullies610

    Lumbr Hockey Sticks

    Thanks for all invaluable feedback haha.
  5. Today
  6. itslunchtime

    3d printed stick extension / knob!

    While creating an account on thingiverse to share my files to everyone - I came across some others that may be of interest to people https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:846193 -- Extension https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2443827 -- Another Knob https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2781610 -- Stick Cap
  7. Yesterday
  8. IPv6Freely

    2018-19 Supplemental Discipline

    Hyman suspended for 2 games for a late check. https://www.nhl.com/app/news/maple-leafs-zach-hyman-suspended-two-games/c-302768250 Definitely late, definitely interference, but 2 games worthy? Shrug.
  9. Have any folks skated in both of these? If so, any thoughts on the comparison? I've tried on the x800 & 1x, but haven't tried out the x900 yet (but, based on price, stiffness, and personal preferences, I'm guessing the 900 would be my pick of the Vapor line). I haven't been able to try on the 70k's yet, but I found the 68k pretty comfortable. Curious if anyone can speak to differences in performance, etc. Many thanks.
  10. Nicholas G

    3d printed stick extension / knob!

    I have CAD so I should be able to open either. Send them over.
  11. Nicholas G

    3d printed stick extension / knob!

    Very cool. I am down to help out with design and printing as well. I have access to a ton of materials, software, and tooling. Always happy to try and create new things.
  12. itslunchtime

    3d printed stick extension / knob!

    I have a .prt or .stp file - will that work?
  13. itslunchtime

    3d printed stick extension / knob!

    Ours was modeled after a small hand axe we had and feels really good / light weight. We shall see how it holds up!! The next revision might have a slightly longer tenon - but we were limited size of the printing tray
  14. Nicholas G

    3d printed stick extension / knob!

    Small knob. The handle style was already built by Torch. Maybe you can scan their design and make some improvements to their design. I have always liked their product but its HEAVY! http://www.proxrtorch.com/ If you remove the rubber cover its much lighter, but I think it can be improved upon. https://photos.app.goo.gl/jyPcxQumVb88yNQn6
  15. itslunchtime

    3d printed stick extension / knob!

    Are you looking for the small knob or the Axe handle? I will ask my buddy with the printer to get them uploaded to thingiverse or send me the files to pass along.
  16. Nicholas G

    3d printed stick extension / knob!

    Would you be willing to share the 3D STL file so I can print one of these as well?
  17. itslunchtime

    3d printed stick extension / knob!

    Newest creation, first attempt at an Axe handle style knob! Feels awesome in the hand.
  18. bl4

    Lumbr Hockey Sticks

    I'm a sucker for below-market offerings from non-major players in the stick market. Sadly, though, they're usually a disappointment. I haven't tried Lumbr, but at a price point of ~$100, they're not a major savings from pro stock or marked-down big brand sticks from earlier product years, so I'm not planning to buy one. As an aside: I generally appreciate YouTube reviews and folks who take the time to share their thoughts, but complaints about specific blade patterns aren't terribly helpful - I don't like straightish blades either, but that would be true on a top-of-the-line OPS or on a $20 wood stick.
  19. Leif

    Outside edges question

    Had them sharpened to 7/16” yesterday, did two hours general skating yesterday and one hour today, and wow, I can’t believe the grip I’m getting, my outside edges are back, my crossovers are not slipping, my tight turns are not slipping. Stopping was a bit tricky at first, but I learnt to reduce the blade angle to avoid digging in too much. I think I’ll stick to this DoH till the softer ice returns at the end of the hockey season, and then maybe go back to 1/2” depending on how it feels.
  20. CigarScott

    VH Footwear/TRUE by Scott Van Horne

    @strosedefence34 I've gone way further than that and do the tissue technique and crank it to 11 every time I bake my skates. I first take several paper towels and fold them down to stuff between my big toes so the big toes can't be pushed in away from the boot. Then I fold up several more paper towels and tape them from my bunions to the top of my big toes. In all, after the paper towels being compressed between my foot and boot, there has to be at least 3-4mm worth of materials. I've heard of guys at my rink cut up old cloth washcloths and towels to tape to their hot spots prior to baking instead of paper towels and toilet paper so perhaps I'll try that if I have to bake them yet again.
  21. StinkyPinky

    Let's Talk Elbow Pads

    Warrior Dynasty HD Pro have an extended slash guard protection. They also fit quite large. As such I believe in a 1:1 comparison of a Sr. L these might offer the most forearm protection on the market.
  22. Leif

    Lumbr Hockey Sticks

    It’ll have cost him far more than the sticks are worth to have created the video. Sometimes he is paid by the maker to do the review, he claims it covers the production costs, but obviously that raises questions. To be fair on him, this seems to be a common practice. I suspect coach Jeremy does the same. It seemed like a good review to me, the lad who tested them will be a decent player, his views sounded honest, a mix of plus and minus points. Personally I prefer to buy a last season stick at half price.
  23. Shenanigans

    Lumbr Hockey Sticks

    Id be embarrassed to play with any of those sticks. PSH is the way to go.
  24. IPv6Freely

    Lumbr Hockey Sticks

    And of course a YouTube video about Lumbr from Hockey Tutorial shows up in my feed... He must have got a free one.
  25. GoalForFun

    PC011024.jpg

    Toronto said his toe was up.
  26. dkmiller3356

    Super tacks 2.0 vs as1

    I have both sticks. In terms of flex point I know that are different but not in any huge way. I am comfortable with both. The 2.0 ha hgrewat puck feel. Its the same blade but I I felt like the puck comes off the 2.0 blade a bit quicker. That might be related to the flex profile... not sure. Truth is both feel nice.
  27. chippa13

    2018-2019 Gear Sightings

    There are plenty of things the NHL does wrong but they honor and remember better than anyone else hands down.
  28. IPv6Freely

    Widest Skates

    I wear VH, not Bauer. I wouldn’t buy another skate with cowlings, is the primary reason.
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