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Amiroo39

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Amiroo39 last won the day on March 1 2016

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Equipment

  • Skates
    Bauer MX3 + LS3 + Superfeet insoles
  • Stick
    Easton Synergy HTX, Easton V9
  • Gloves
    Warrior Dynasty AX1 (Red)
  • Helmet
    Easton E700 w/ Oakley Pro Straight Cut Visor
  • Pants
    Eagle X88
  • Shoulder Pads
    CCM RBZ
  • Elbow Pads
    CCM RBZ
  • Shin Pads
    CCM U+ Crazy Light
  • Hockey Bag
    Warrior Pro Player Bag

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    Vancouver
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  1. wow that guy is still playing?!? awesome. My guess would be that he got VH to do a Vapor tribute of sorts.
  2. well if Kessel still has S19s..
  3. It is not the steel. I have the black steel (step) and have gone through 4 (yes 4!!!!) holders with the same issue.
  4. I went through 3 holders and they all had the same issue. Put some tape there for now... edit: edge holder and black steel.
  5. We're doing a team order of the "Alpha Pro Team Glove", other than the cuff are there any other differences between the Alpha QX Pro and Alpha Pro Team? My main concern is protection. Thanks!
  6. I want to buy an edge 2.0 practice jersey and I'm not sure if I should go for a 54 or 56. I will be buying the jersey to play with it fully dressed in hockey gear. I'm 5'10" and 165lbs, wear CCM RBZ shouldies and elbows (fairly low volume stuff). I've noticed some pros like Patrick Kane wear a 54 and someone a littler bigger than him like Panarin will wear a 56. Your thoughts?
  7. Just tried to build a NYR set. Not even close!
  8. An update on my issue: I took pictures of the steel and sent them to STEP. From looking at the pictures they told me that "The line seems like a machining fault or error. Sharpening can't correct this". The Line was visible on the runner. They sent a replacement under warranty obviously. I took the steel to the pro shop and they said they shouldn't be hit with having to profile it and that I should really profile it. It cost's $50 dollars which I had already paid on the first set of runners. I told them to just sharpen and forget about profiling.
  9. So far with the black steel for the edge holder all the sharpening done at a pro shop but going forward there's bound to be times that you have to get someone else to sharpen your skates. I've had rivets replaced by sportcheck (yes..I know). Coud one or two rivets throw off the alignment? Should I ask the shop to remove all rivets the re-align and put them all on again? thanks
  10. I thought it meant that the holder the sharpener uses when he locks in the skate isn't centred. Thanks for clearing that up. OK, I'll take them in today and ask them to use an edge checker on both skates and to adjust the jig accordingly. This will be somewhat of a hassle to tell every sharpener to do this since I get them done at other places too. Would you recommend contacting STEP for replacements? Thanks for all the help.
  11. oldtrainerguy to the rescue. Could you clarify what you mean by that? I've gone through several runners in the same holder since I got the skates but only an issue with these. thanks
  12. If you can't trust your LHS then who can you trust?!!?
  13. they should be bang on but factory profile is seriously way off, which is somewhat of a pain. I paid a lot for step black for the edge holders and had to dish out another $35 to get it profiled too...
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