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JR Boucicaut

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About JR Boucicaut

  • Birthday 08/10/1977


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    CCM Super Tacks
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    Custom Warrior Covert QRL
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    CCM Fitlite 3Ds
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    Bauer Supreme TotalONE NXG Girdle
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    Jofa 5044 w/ EvoShield slashguards
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    JOFA 3175
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    Junkyard Athletic ModSquadHockey bag

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    Metro Detroit
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  1. Always!
  2. Yes. No need to crossgrind when changing hollows.
  3. You could, but it wouldn't necessarily help. The key is to have materials in the skate that will retain the shape after baking. Skates back in 1988 didn't have that.
  4. The age of the skates doesn't matter; those can be baked.
  5. That is the fix that we do in my store with all of the non-Bauer helmets. We shave the clips down on the cross grinder. Sneaky move by Bauer to make it difficult - I get the concept (no pun intended) behind the reworking of the mount.
  6. And the Pattern DB. I put it up there last month matching up against P38.
  7. Nice pics, Gordon! Was thinking about you the other day - hope all's well!
  8. Endorsed players' deals are on visible equipment. Not protective.
  9. Nope, it's the price you pay for having your logo stamped into the eyelet as an aesthetic feature.
  10. Here's the difference between standard and long eyelets. On CCM top-end skates, the top two eyelets require the long ones. Some cases I've had to put them in 3-5.
  11. Right - it's not a 7000 V-Cut or anything, which they won't do anymore. Tried to reorder a pair for someone.
  12. Yeah, those eyelets are really thin. But the problem is that you actually need long-shanked eyelets for these skates - CCM's eyerows are much thicker, so "standard" eyelets end up being too short and don't press well. I'll get some from work (had to order them when RBZ came out on the market) and take pictures.
  13. Exactly. I'll never forget the one time that a holder was seriously mismounted. The story I got from the rep was something about how all of their mounts are laser guided and there was no way that could've happened. They rejected the claim without even seeing it. Had to eat the skate and put the customer into something else.
  14. Graf had always been offering their classic skates as an orderable option. Just because they weren't in the lineup didn't mean they weren't available.
  15. Umm...