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  1. Paddy

    Gudas for Niskanen

    I'm quite sad to see Gudas go. He showed up for every game, and was dependable.
  2. Paddy

    Strong pain in my feet

    I had an experience that seems similar to yours. Also brand new to hockey when this began. Lower-end skates that were pretty flexible (supreme). After 20min on the ice, terrible foot pain. If I sat on the bench the pain would go away; back on my feet skating and the pain would come back super fast. After more weeks of skating, 20min was reduced to 10min, and sitting on the bench required unlacing to reduce the pain. When untied the pain would flat out go away, instantly. Then I found this site, and assumed my skates fit poorly. I'll skip the details of trying many insoles, lacing patterns, and stretching/punching the skates. My solution came from getting new skates. I do not believe I'm in perfectly fitting skates now... but compared to before I can't complain. My solution was: much stiffer skate that wouldn't get skinny when I tighten the laces. I'm convinced my old skates were too narrow for my MID-Foot, and because they're flimsy they would get even more narrow when laced, then when my 200lbs was pushing down my foot couldn't expand; so the skeletal structure of my foot was just jacked up. Because I was/am a weak skater, I still rely on a "tight" skate to give me support to make up for my inability, but the STIFF boot of the Supertacks does not squeeze my mid foot from the sides when they're laced. If I really crank them down, I can still get some minor pain, I believe from downward pressure on top of the mid-foot. I just don't tie them so tight. tldr; same pain as you, tied skates too tight, got new better fitting and stiffer skates and my problem was solved. I could not spend an hour on my feet before.
  3. Paddy

    Red Dog Hockey Boost

    interesting read. Sounds like they're marketing it as a product, but it sounds like it's much more of a service being provided. I think it'd be more clear if they market it as a service using their proprietary system.
  4. Paddy

    League Schedules

    That's on a scale I can't even imagine. This season, we didn't even have an A level. D is the largest, with about 10 teams I think. With A disappearing, I think some skill rolled down hill, if you know what I mean... But the guy running things is pretty awesome at booting guys playing down, especially into D. I mean, there's a 2 goal limit per person, and a few guys are clearly struggling just to stay on their feet. How much fun can that be?
  5. Paddy

    VH Footwear/TRUE by Scott Van Horne

    I'm not a fan, first impression reminds me of my old $200 first skates. Pictures can be deceiving though.
  6. Paddy

    VH Footwear/TRUE by Scott Van Horne

    I'm not a fan, first impression reminds me of my old $200 first skates. Pictures can be deceiving though.
  7. Paddy

    League Schedules

    Do you all have drafts? I've never paid much attention, because we get our schedules way earlier than anything you all mentioned. But, we don't do any drafting. People were bitching early December that our schedule for January wasn't out. It dropped and included all the way through March. We've got it good.
  8. Paddy

    Most popular kick point in nhl

    When they advertise their sticks for sale, they say things like "1n dressed as supreme". So I figured if anyone's stats matched what the sticks really are, and not the wrap, it'd be that website.
  9. Paddy

    Best ~460 Gram Sticks

    I was just messing around on prostockhockey. I set my basic requirements, except hand. The results were 122 Lefty, 5 righty.
  10. Paddy

    Most popular kick point in nhl

    This might be the closest thing to an answer I've seen. https://www.prostockhockey.com/sticks/who-are-the-top-hockey-stick-manufacturers Breakdown of how many guys are using the top 10 most popular sticks. 2016-2017 data.
  11. Paddy

    An All Star Game idea

    Last year, weren't they touting the money that the winning team was going to get, and it was an obscenely low number relative to what an NHL Star makes? I certainly remember some kind of pointless incentive for them to play hard...
  12. Paddy

    Supreme or Nexus Skates?

    At 210lbs, if you're new to skating and have bad form you might be pushing the skate beyond it's limits. Based on price point, your Supremes look about equivalent to my original skates (supreme one.6). They lacked stiffness and EASILY allowed me to overtighten, crushing my foot.
  13. I have been tempted by it, but I'm an extreme headsweater. It's ridiculous, tbh, and I'm convinced a fishbowl would be useless by the second or third shift. Love the idea though...
  14. Paddy

    2018-2019 Gear Sightings

    It's the first, and only thing I noticed, but I kept my newbie mouth shut. Really got me curious how that's able to work at all.
  15. Does anyone know how the Bauer titanium cage fits compared to their other cages? I'm using a Profile II and badly want to upgrade. I went to my two closest LHS today and neither stocked the cage, so I may be going online without being able to test fit.


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