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the_game

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  1. the_game

    2019-2020 Gear Sightings

    Hey everybody used Mylec blades when I first started playing street hockey as a kid in the early 90's, if Bauer can pick up that market share they might be onto something!
  2. the_game

    New Chassis? True? revision?

    Yea I spoke to the guy who wore these skates, he confirmed they're an early Marsblade Prototype. These chassis will be geared towards handling actual game play and not just training.
  3. the_game

    Synthetic Ice? Whos has some?

    Once you decide what tiles to go with, please let me know if you have a room to rent or ever list your place on Airbnb.
  4. Improved stick skills aside, just curious if you actually saw any improvement in your skating? That was the biggest improvement I saw, shortening my stick pulled my body down so to speak. Knees were bent more, ass & hips pulled down, center of gravity lowered, overall hockey 'posture' improved.
  5. the_game

    1X ADV Custom stick sheet

    I thought I heard through the grapevine that the custom stick options for colleges were extremely limited this year. Could explain why this spec sheet is hard to find.
  6. Grab a cheap pro stock stick with a lower flex.
  7. We never landed on the moon, it was all faked & done on a sound stage by Stanley Kubrick, therefore we’ll never have personally moldable composite blades in hockey. At this point probably 90% of the people playing hockey, maybe more, know about curving your own stick like some of us did with wood blades. Not to mention most of that group have been indoctrinated to the P92 or P28, frankly I don’t see a reason for the manufacturers to even explore this. Would a crazy John leclair heel curve benefit any player or provide better shooting or stickhandling than a P28? I love the idea and would love to see it, I just don’t see it coming to fruition in today’s gear market.
  8. There's only one solution, move off the island, ha! Here are my answers: A. anywhere from 5 minutes to 35 minutes. B. 5 or 10 minutes As an ex-Long Islander I can see where you're coming from. I dread any time I have to go back there, the time it takes to get anywhere just gets exponentially worse each time I go back. (not even gonna bring up taxes, etc.)
  9. I think I remember something like this, but it might have been an ABS blade and not composite. Could very well be wrong though, its been a while.
  10. It’s amazing how many pro’s don’t know anything about sharpenings or profiles. I get it, when you’re that good you’re that good, but still if it can help joe beer leaguer imagine what it could do for a pro.
  11. the_game

    2019-2020 Gear Sightings

    Might be an early version of the plus volume supremes that are taking over nexus
  12. the_game

    Best floor covering for glide

    The tiles you can skate on are expensive, sport court/roller hockey tiles are another option too.
  13. the_game

    The Sweet Spot

    Not sure what exactly you had done, but after my Cervical Spine surgery they had me up & walking around a ton the day after. Def don't overdo it, but I think you might be surprised when they come in and try to get to move around.
  14. the_game

    The Sweet Spot

    Waking up after my neck surgery, that was the first thing I noticed that I didn’t have that constant nagging pain through my body. Glad to hear you’re already feeling better!
  15. the_game

    Marsblade roller chassis

    Probably a good time to merge these threads. Click here for a post I made in August with a pic of the chassis.


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