Slate Blackcurrant Watermelon Strawberry Orange Banana Apple Emerald Chocolate Marble
Slate Blackcurrant Watermelon Strawberry Orange Banana Apple Emerald Chocolate Marble

sniper_23

Members+
  • Content count

    144
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Feedback

    100%

Community Reputation

0 Neutral

About sniper_23

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Vancouver, BC

Equipment

  • Skates
    NBH One95
  • Stick
    Bauer One95
  • Gloves
    Easton Pro
  • Helmet
    Bauer 5100
  • Pants
    Easton Pro
  • Shoulder Pads
    NBH Impact 400
  • Elbow Pads
    RBK 8K
  • Shin Pads
    RBK 8k
  • Hockey Bag
    NBH

Contact Methods

  • MSN
    ianc@telus.net
  • Website URL
    http://
  • ICQ
    0
  1. Updated Items + Price Drops.
  2. Photo's added and also added Tuuk Holders to the original post. Thanks
  3. Clearing out some room out of my storage. Check the list below for the item details. If you need more photos let me know. Price's are in USD and include shipping to North America with Canada Post. Bauer APX Skates. Size 11.5D. New in box & never sharpened. SOLD Pro Reebok Edge 1.0 Red Practice Jersey from the Penguins. SOLD Ottawa Senators Edge 1.0 Jersey. New with tags attached. Size 54. SOLD Pro Reebok Edge 2.0 White Practice Jersey from the Portland Pirates. SOLD Tuuk LS2 Holders from Bauer One95 Skates. Step Steel. Size 263. 45$ Shipped. Lot's of steel remaining as I switched skates after putting on the Step Steel. Check photo's for details. Steel is straight and holders have normal wear and tear. http://farm8.staticf...1de629638_b.jpg http://farm8.staticf...4d1947107_b.jpg http://farm8.staticf...ed1bb274f_b.jpg http://farm8.staticf...6988a3dcb_b.jpg
  4. I picked up a set of these eBay and so far they are working just fine. I tried using the free bearings that came with the purchase but found they didn't spin freely on a couple of the wheels. I switched up the bearings to my old BSB Swiss 688 set and they spin well now. I am also using BSB Spacers on these wheels. So far after 3 games they are holding up well.
  5. Not sure about the ones from PSHG but my team ordered a custom set of Synergy 800's in the CHI colour scheme and they are WAY better than the retail E-Pro's. The material, construction, and feel were much better on the 800's. They were also made in Canada.
  6. Just got my hands on a couple of Hossa pro-stock dolo's from his ATL days.
  7. looks pretty fake to me Cheers, what are the tell tale signs? The replica versions I've seen at the Canucks store are all air knit material without the shiny bits. Also the white stripes are too thick on the sleeves and around the body. The crest also looks massive compared to the replica versions seen on ebay or if you go to a retailer site which sells replica vintage gear. The #1 on the sleeve looks massive as well compared to the other jerseys I've seen. Take a look at this replica and compare: http://cgi.ebay.com/NEW-w-TAGS-Vancouver-C...93%3A1|294%3A50
  8. Yeah the missing Jock Tag + Non Taper just makes it look different compared to what I have which are some pro returns and the retail versions. Maybe these are the retail practice socks that will be out later in the year. Good to know hes a legit seller though. Thanks
  9. Are these fake edge socks or is it just me? I've been seeing a lot of fake edge jerseys on ebay recently so this wouldn't surprise me but I'm not sure. http://cgi.ebay.com/NEW-Pro-Stock-Return-R...1QQcmdZViewItem
  10. Just picked up this vintage Canucks hat. New Era Website
  11. Just added the Chicago Easton Pro Stock gloves to the collection.
  12. Won't solve your problem but this is related to the 7K stick. Blade broke on my 7k so I matched it up with a warrior blade and drew a line where the tenon of the blade starts and cut the blade off there. I carefully thinned out each of the shaft walls with a metal file by hand and eventually the tenon fit in perfectly. It took a while but it was worth it as the performance is pretty much the same as the original OPS. Shaving down the shaft walls usually ends up in disaster. Yeah, the engineer in me thinks you're better off shaving down the tendon. The accountant in me thinks you're better off risking breakage to the cheaper piece (blade opposed to the shaft). Unless I'm misinterpreting. He might have meant he filed down the walls of the tendon of the old blade so that the new tendon would fit. I considered doing the same when I first cut my Synergy SL shaft at the fuse point and saw the old existing tendon firmly anchored to the shaft walls (and no top so I couldn't poke it out with rebar). I ended up just cutting the shaft where the tendon ended sacrificing a few inches of shaft. The problem I have with that shaft now, is though only smaller tendons fit (like the sherwood 950 wooden tapered blade that I've fallen in love with), the shaft dimensions seem to expand slightly from the entry point to were the tendons end so that there is a bit of wobble. I've poured some extra glue in there and added a strip of tape to try to help, but having the opening being smaller than further inside the shaft makes it rough to get it to fit tightly and get the tendon in there. I'm thinking that if I had managed to get the old tendon out, that it would fit snug. I'm not sure if I'm explaining myself correctly. I was shaving down the inside of the shaft wall. I know it probably wasn't the smartest thing to do but it was already broken so I figured I try something out to try and save the taper of the stick. The 7K or 7V? stick construction is not a fused shaft and blade so there was a lot of excess composite material inside the shaft when I cut the blade off. I figured I'd try to see if I could get a tapered blade in there without thinning the shaft walls too much and it worked.
  13. Won't solve your problem but this is related to the 7K stick. Blade broke on my 7k so I matched it up with a warrior blade and drew a line where the tenon of the blade starts and cut the blade off there. I carefully thinned out each of the shaft walls with a metal file by hand and eventually the tenon fit in perfectly. It took a while but it was worth it as the performance is pretty much the same as the original OPS. Hand Tools:
  14. It shouldn't take too long to adjust at all. Usually it takes 2-3 skates and you'll be comfortable again. I went from 272 on my old skates to 263s and now i'm on 263s with 2.1 steel.
  15. Skates: NBH Supreme One95 Pants: NBH XXV's, RBK Pro Stock MHP 520 Gloves: NBH Vapor XXXX Pro Helmet: NBH 5500 w/ Itech J-Cut Visor Shins: RBK 8K Shoulders: RBK 6k Sticks: Easton Stealth CNT Grip, NBH Pro Stock Vapor XXX Lite (Duncan Keith)