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About adalbort

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    St. John's, Newfoundland


  • Skates
    Easton S17
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    Warrior Dynasty
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    Warrior Remix
  • Helmet
    Cascade M11
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    Tackla 9000PRO
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    Warrior Hitman
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    Jofa 9177
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    Jofa 5090
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    Tackla bag

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  1. Can anyone give me some info as to (more or less) what year this jersey would be? I am told by the seller of this other one that (the latter) is 2001-2004, so I imagine the former is newer. Thanks!
  2. Thanks for all your responses by's!
  3. If the Bauer is pre 2k (mid 90s) it could not have been manufactured by SP, because SP started existing in 1999...
  4. Wouldn't it be easier/ cheaper to buy an authentic jersey than buying an OT jersey with those particular colours and attaching the logo? Also, why would a random OT jersey say Authentic Jerseys on the tag? If the Aces did not have an exclusive contract with Reebok, isn't it possible this was just a retail jersey made for them by OT for sale at their shop? When you say that "(...) after 99 there were still teams that used Bauer jerseys that were technically made by SP so that just kind of stuck through the years regardless of the year of the jersey. ", do you mean that SP manufactured jerseys labelled Bauer? JR said the switch from Bauer to SP was in 2000/2001. And there were no jerseys labelled SP before 1999 simply because the company did not exist.
  5. My understanding is that logo started being used in 2008 What do you mean by team issued? By authentic do you mean the jerseys that are the same as the ones the team uses, but are NOT those ones in particular? By the way, I am told by SP apparel that they started operations in 1999, and I assume that is why the switch from Bauer to SP happened in 2000/01. So none of the Bauer jerseys before 1999 were made (technically) by SP, they were done by Bauer (in the same Granby, QC factory where SP now manufactures).
  6. Is this a replica or a real pro-stock jersey? Anybody knows of approximate year?
  7. How can I know what year the jersey belongs to? I'm trying to match it to the player, but it was given to me by the former team dr. in a black bag so hardly any chance to find out from that source...
  8. One of them jerseys is a 58G (which I presume it stands for Grand - Large in French), way too big!! Is there any way to make it fit, sewing the sides for example, or am I better off trying to find a swap for it?
  9. Oh, I meant how many practice jerseys per season, not actual game jerseys (practice jerseys did not have numbers or plates did they? These certainly don't). I can't imagine using the same practice jersey every day for 2 years, that thing would be destroyed, given that now they use I think 3 sets of blacks and whites per season... Also, isn't SP headquartered in Quebec? You seem to mention the New England area...
  10. Were both the SP and Bauer jerseys manufactured by SP? Would the jerseys be used for more than one season, or do they supply the team every year with different jerseys?
  11. Hi guys, I got ahold of some old St. John's Maple Leafs jerseys. That was the AHL affiliate of Toronto, located in St. John's, NL from 1991-2005, which then became the Marlies. Can anybody tell me what year these might be from? I received a game jersey, but by the looks (CCM, no fight strap, size) and feel I imagine its a replica. Year? Looks somewhat more modern.
  12. I haven't yet why? Do you need me to send you anything?
  13. I believe this has been partially answered already in but I wanted to see if you could give me some more info. It seems the Devils still wear similar old Jofa practice jerseys. Ryane Clowe was practicing at a local St. John's (NL) rink this week wearing this. Could anyone (JR?) pin point the year?
  14. Im living already in St. John's and I figured I would just write this down in case anyone ever needs the info. This summer, the only two open rinks have been Twin Rinks (near Mundy Pond) and Rogers Bussey Arena (near downtown). Groups usually rent the ice and most welcome walk-ins, paying somewhere in between $10 and $15 per hour.
  15. Thanks bigdmac! Actually I ask because when I was living in Sweden, I noticed it was actually not so easy to find open rinks in summer. There it is mostly considered a winter sport and many of the rinks close down in summer. Athlets then choose to go to the gym or other outdoor activities.