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  1. With the 2016-17 season over, Adidas has started teasing the jerseys set to be released in a week Here are some that confirm a few things Montreal style stripe for the Wild Edmonton going orange Brighter teal for the Sharks Grey for Vegas? Avs not going to the Navy Rockies look
  2. Hello All, Last year I was forced to play goalie for a lower-level beer league in short notice, so I ended up buying a lot of my gear from eBay. I was lucky enough to spend under $500 for everything, since I was (and still am) on a budget. Unfortunately 2 of the main pieces, my Chest Protector and Leg Pads, are causing some issues. I'll explain in more detail: I bought a Bauer Supreme One95 (not Pro) Chest Protector in size Medium for $85. It was in like-new condition. I can tell the arms are definitely a few inches too long because they tend to push my glove and blocker off a little, and also the elbow pads don't line up with my elbows. I looked at cutting and re-sewing the arms with a sewing awl, however, I am not sure how to approach this, and I definitely don't want to butcher them beyond repair. Also, they seem to be pretty bulky in the upper area, so I can't really turn my head without my mask (and throat protector) being restricted by the pads. So two questions: Is it difficult to mod gear while still having it hold up? Any suggestions on what to do with the upper area? My leg pads are Vaughn Velocity 7500 33+1. I am 5'7", and the pads seem to fit, it is just when I go down in a butterfly position my knees are exposed, and I have been hit there a few times. I definitely want to get some sort of protection there, but I also feel like the top of the pads should cover a majority of that area, is that correct? My concerns are whether or not the pads are the right size, or if I am going down in the butterfly position incorrectly. As far as protection goes, would you recommend thigh guards that attach to the pad, or knee/thigh pads that are separate? I mainly question whether or not I should get some new/used gear that addresses my issues. At the same time, I would save money by making some modifications to the gear. As I stated, it is a lower-level beer league, so the shots aren't ridiculously hard, but I still want to feel comfortable playing in my gear. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. I plan on going to Play it Again and our local hockey store to check out/try on some gear as well.
  3. Hello everyone. I was recently asked to play goalie for a novice league (since I can't skate out). I have been looking up some used gear online, and found what I think is a pretty good deal. He is asking $400 for everything. He said the helmet was used once and he paid $400, the skates fit a 9.5 shoe, and he "thinks" the pads are 33". Due to the lack of detail I have asked for more pictures other than what he has provided. Overall, what do you guys think of this deal? Obviously it is hard to tell without seeing it in person, which I am going to do this weekend. What should I typically be looking for when it comes to used goalie gear? I appreciate your help in advance.
  4. moteef17

    Team Socks -

    I don't have any direct experience the performance team socks out there. Our youth league has always used Knit. However, we are considering a change to the full polyester performance socks. Between AK, SP, Bauer, Reebok, etc, are the products all very similar in terms of the structure and sizing of the sock? For example, if I prefer a specific pattern that AK has over, say, Bauer, am I trading anything significant brand for brand?
  5. Currently wearing CCM CL500's and while I like how lightweight and mobile they are, they're not very protective (especially in the backhand.) Just wondering what are the best, most protective, gloves you've used? Thanks
  6. Hey guys, I'm looking for an elite pair of new gloves and skates (preferably retail.) For gloves looking for a short, wide cuff. In skates I'm looking for a comfortable boot and a good turning radius. Let me know if you have any suggestions, thanks!
  7. B1scu1t

    Shop . NHL

    I just used the shop.nhl.XXX site to order some Red Wings gear as I live in Columbus, Ohio and it's hard to find a selection of cool gear here. And I could never become a Blue Jackets fan. After ordering, I was online and saw a bunch of bad reviews of the site. Well, this was not the case for me. I put in my order Sunday afternoon. It was on my doorstep Tuesday afternoon. It does help that one of their fulfillment centers are in Frazeyburg, Oh. (72 miles from warehouse to doorstep) and they now use FedEx Ground Home Delivery. FedEx Ground has a huge hub in Columbus. I noticed a lot of the reviews are from older orders (a year or more) and this fulfillment center is rather new. I'm wondering if anyone else had any recent experience with shop.nhl good or bad. I'm very happy with the speed and accuracy of my order. And being a FedEx driver myself, am happy they use the best! ;)
  8. New member to the forums here. I currently have some Easton Stealth S13 Shin Pads in 13" that I picked up for a pretty good price. They have worked pretty well so far, but they are a little too small for me, so I have been thinking about getting a some 14" shin pads. I saw the Easton Synergy ST16 Shin Pads on eBay which caught my eye. They seem to look like the S13's, but of course the strapping system is different, and the ST16's are older and not the Stealth line. I could not find any reviews about these pads online. I was wondering if any of you have used them or know more about the quality and comfort of the pads. I wear the S13's behind my skate tongue, but I'm looking to wear the ST16's over the tongue. Here's a link to them: http://www.hockeytron.com/Hockey-Protective-Equipment/Hockey-Shin-Guards-Pads-Senior/Easton-Synergy-ST16-Senior-Hockey-Shin-Guards.html
  9. Levsauce

    equipment mods

    I am just wondering what mods you guys put on your equipment, what the advantage is and how to do the mod
  10. gb2254

    Graf Skate Sizing

    Okay so I'm not a novice player but I have had my Nike Quest 3's for so long I don't remember when I got them. I wear between a 10.5 and 11 shoe. My nike's are size 9D. Yes they hurt like hell but I'm cheap. I am thinking about getting Graf Supra G35s. No one in the state of Tennessee sells Graf anymore so I can't try any on. I know all Graf skates fit different foor styles. All I'm looking for is lsize advice on Grafs from people who have played in them. And again please don't talk to me like I'm an idiot because I have played Division 2 hockey and Jounior A just don't know much about Graf sizing.


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