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Aggie

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About Aggie

  • Birthday 07/14/1975

Equipment

  • Skates
    Easton Mako 2
  • Stick
    Easton Stealth CX
  • Gloves
    Eagle Aero Pro
  • Helmet
    Easton E700
  • Pants
    Warrior Projekt
  • Shoulder Pads
    Easton EQ Pro
  • Elbow Pads
    Easton Pro 10
  • Shin Pads
    Nike V12
  • Hockey Bag
    Grit Hockey Pod

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    Male
  • Location
    Sacramento, California
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  1. I have the same issue, but only with certain brands of grip sticks. I also store my hockey sticks in the garage, where it can reach over 100 degrees in the summer. I’ve had the grip turn into goo for the following brands of grip sticks: retail True, retail STX, pro stock Easton, one pro stock Warrior, and the worst, TPS rubber.
  2. I have a few Nolan Patrick sticks and they are a P91A max height, unless you get the version with the toe kink!
  3. Profile 4 – Quad 0 Steel – Step Steel 272 Hollow – 100/50 FBV About Me – I started skating and playing roller hockey back in college around 1998. After graduating, I played roller hockey leagues for a few years before most of our team converted to ice in 2005. I am currently playing ice hockey at a Silver B level (rink has multiple Gold, Silver, and Bronze levels). Review – I’ve been going back and forth with the Zuperior M, Quad 0, and Quad 1 profiles the past few months, as initially it was difficult to tell the differences. Going back and forth a bit helped me differentiate between these three profiles. Compared to the Quad 0, the Quad 1 profile had a little bit more speed and stability. This is my favorite out of all the profiles I tried, but I would be happy with either the Zuperior M, Quad 0, or Quad 1. I can't go back to a single radius again! Huge shout out and thanks to JR, MSH, and Prosharp for this! Acceleration - 3.5 Mobility - 3.5 Stability – 4.0 Speed – 4.0
  4. Profile 4 – Quad 0 Steel – Step Steel Velocity 272 Hollow – 100/50 FBV About Me – I started skating and playing roller hockey back in college around 1998. After graduating, I played roller hockey leagues for a few years before most of our team converted to ice in 2005. I am currently playing ice hockey at a Silver B level (rink has multiple Gold, Silver, and Bronze levels). Review – I’ve been going back and forth with the Zuperior M, Quad 0, and Quad 1 profiles the past few months, as initially it was difficult to tell the differences. Going back and forth a bit helped me differentiate between these three profiles. Compared to the Zuperior M, the Quad zero profile had a little bit more mobility with less stability. I felt that the speed and acceleration were similar. Acceleration - 3.5 Mobility - 3.5 Stability – 3.5 Speed – 3.5
  5. Profile 3 – Zuperior M Steel – Step Steel 272 Hollow – 100/50 FBV About Me – I started skating and playing roller hockey back in college around 1998. After graduating, I played roller hockey leagues for a few years before most of our team converted to ice in 2005. I am currently playing ice hockey at a Silver B level (rink has multiple Gold, Silver, and Bronze levels). Review – I’ve been going back and forth with the Zuperior M, Quad 0, and Quad 1 profiles the past few months, as initially it was difficult to tell the differences. Going back and forth a bit helped me differentiate between these three profiles. The Zuperior M profile felt the most stable to me out of all the profiles I’ve tried. When I switched back to the 10’ single radius profile, this was really noticeable on transitions during games. I fell down a few times on the single radius in quick transition skating, but with the Zuperior M, there were a few times I may have wobbled, but never fell. Compared to the 10’ single radius, all categories improved. Acceleration - 3.5 Mobility - 3.0 Stability – 4.5 Speed – 3.5
  6. Profile 2 – 9’/50mm/10.5’ Steel – Step Steel 272 Hollow – 100/50 FBV About Me – I started skating and playing roller hockey back in college around 1998. After graduating, I played roller hockey leagues for a few years before most of our team converted to ice in 2005. I am currently playing ice hockey at a Silver B level (rink has multiple Gold, Silver, and Bronze levels). Review – This profile kind of brings me back to my roller hockey days. The stride feels more roller hockey like and clunky. My strides are noisier/louder as more blade hits the ice. I feel really stable, but quickness/acceleration is lacking for my skating style compared to my 10’ single radius. Speed was hard to rate as my top end speed seemed slightly faster, but took longer to get to top speed. In other words, skating in a straight line is faster, but in terms of hockey play (changing directions, stop and go, etc.), I felt my overall speed/agility was slower. This profile is not for me. Acceleration - 2.0 Mobility - 2.0 Stability – 3.5 Speed – 2.0
  7. Aggie

    10' Aggie

    Profile 1 - Control set Steel – Step Steel 272 Hollow – 100/50 FBV About Me – I started skating and playing roller hockey back in college around 1998. After graduating, I played roller hockey leagues for a few years before most of our team converted to ice in 2005. I am currently playing ice hockey at a Silver B level (rink has multiple Gold, Silver, and Bronze levels). Review - Since this is my control set and what I've mainly been skating on the past few years, my ratings will be in the middle for all categories. All other profiles reviewed will be compared relative to this. Acceleration - 2.5 Mobility - 2.5 Stability – 2.5 Speed – 2.5
  8. The P72 is the same as the TPS P31, Innovative Sundin Pro, and Easton Styles. It’s a flatter, lie 5 Drury with less rocker. Still have a stash, as it’s one of my favorite curves.
  9. I’d be down for the Kesler/Toffoli/Setoguchi curve. Would be neat to also have Arnott pro and Styles/Sundin pro patterns. So hard to find retail heel curves nowadays...
  10. CXN Step Steel is easier to find compared to Easton CXN steel. I'm hoping to eventually get True skates with CXN holders mounted.
  11. The True website used to let you order skates directly up until a few days ago. Makes sense though if you can only buy them though fit centers now. Wouldn't want to undercut the fit centers.
  12. Forget those other curves and stick with the Drury! The clones are easier to find in pro stock, compared to retail.
  13. The Harrow blades are Drury clones. Yes, three Kremlin blades (2 new, 1 used) for $60 total.
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