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ChrisMolnar

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About ChrisMolnar

  • Birthday 07/06/1995

Equipment

  • Skates
    Easton Mako 2
  • Stick
    Bauer 1x Lite
  • Gloves
    CCM 6052 Tacks
  • Helmet
    Bauer IMS 9.0
  • Pants
    Warrior QRL
  • Shoulder Pads
    Reebok 20K
  • Elbow Pads
    CCM Ultra Tacks
  • Shin Pads
    Reebok 11k

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    Rochester, NY
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  1. Got a couple as samples and have been using them for the past ~month and a half. They feel really nice in hand, great grip, noticeably thicker at first, but I personally haven't had an issue since getting used to them. Love the long term grip they provide, as opposed to the grip tape that tends to just get sticky over time. Probably a little on the expensive end, but they seem to be decent quality. Haven't had one wear through yet, but the darker colors do seem to bleed slightly onto palms.
  2. I found that the EK15's I've used personally have felt very inconsistent. The flex point doesn't seem to be the same between them, they feel much softer than 85 flex, and honestly felt like there wasn't any pop to them like other sticks.
  3. If you're going to wear a neck guard, this is the way to do it in my opinion. Far more comfortable than the stand alone neck guards you can buy.
  4. If you pay $300 for a hockey stick you're out of your mind.
  5. Bauer P10/Easton P2 Shanahan. If I could buy a quality tapered blade in that pattern I'd probably never buy a OPS again
  6. All of mine whipped out really fast. Other than that they performed really well.
  7. If you like having the 272 holders so much, why not just have a pair installed on a pair of 7D that fit you?
  8. I sheared off my radial styloid earlier this year on my right wrist, right handed shot too. Happened at the beginning of October and it feels almost 100% strength wise but not in terma of mobility. Take your time coming back, no sense in trying to play and end up dealing with a permanent injury. You'll know when it feels game ready. And of course listen to your doctor
  9. Low kick. They're basically ribcore shafts without the ribs, and ultra tacks blades.
  10. Anyone know if it's possible with the new tacks line? I have a 5052 with a perfectly usable blade if I can manage to get it out
  11. Pretty sure the RB7 is the same as a G3, just with the newer composite technologies.
  12. I'd used 85 flex since I was about 15 up until this past summer. I traded for a pair of sticks, one a 77 and the other an 87. After using the 77 I realized how much less effort I had to put into shooting, yet still getting the same (if not better) results. I've found the harder I try to shoot, the worse the shot is. It's all about letting the stick do the work for you. I have gone back to the 85/87 flex a number of times and it takes a good deal of playing around with to get used to again. There's down sides to lower flexes for sure however. It's very noticeable when battling for a puck, or catching a pass or even just stick handling. I noticed that depending on the flex profile, it really dictates how difficult it is to one-time pucks. With the low kick 77 I have I needed to drop my hands just a but lower then with an 87 and let it fly. With the mid kick 75 flex tacks I have I find it extremely difficult to get a hold of hard passes and getting off quick one-timers. As was said numerous times above it really comes down to how you shoot and if you can make the little adjustments to get a flex to work for you.
  13. I have a stage 2 that I found broken at the blade yesterday and the shift itself looks basically new. I don't believe the rbz shafts are tapered (could be wrong), but if that were the case would a standard blade fit at the base of the shaft? If the tendon and glue and adhesives were all removed from the original blade, that is.
  14. Very true and I didn't think about that aspect. Just giving personal opinion. Advances have to be made with products to sell them and I understand that. I think it was more of just anger speaking since my favorite helmet is being killed. I Apologize.
  15. I'm actually extremely upset that they discontinued the V10 for this garbage helmet.sub par looks and bulky, all round uncomfortable padding system.. definitely a thumbs down on my end.
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