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    CCM 4 Roll Pro
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    Bauer IMS 9
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  1. You ever try getting her a wedge or something to sleep slightly elevated? Know some people who that has worked for. Also know a few who used this and worked http://www.sleepright.com/product/nasal-breathe-aid-15-day-supply/
  2. I do not tighten the roller hockey skates as tight for the last 2 eyelets as I do for ice. I used to crank them both, but realized I liked a little more flex for roller hockey.
  3. We just lost a couple skaters for the Las Vegas Labatt USA Hockey Ice Hockey Classic May 4-7 and need to add a skater or 2 if anyone is interested. Playing in the Middle of 3 Men's divisions. Cost is about $80. Thanks, Peter
  4. Bauer HDO Pro Straight Visor Usage – About 1 year Beer League Ice - 2 nights week Previous Visor – Oakley Pro Straight Fit – 10/10 Installed on Bauer IMS 9.0 helmet with no issues. Was nice to have the slotted screw nuts unlike the Oakley’s round screw nuts from the previous visor (which made removal a little tougher) Visibility – 10/10 Coming from the Oakley that was my biggest concern. But I do not notice even notice the visor when wearing it. Performance - 9/10 Visor has not fogged up and I just use a microfiber towel to wipe it down (usually just once before the game). Durability –9/10 Visor is holding up well, has a small mark that I cannot remove from a puck it took, other than that no issues. Overall – 38/40 I have been using Oakley visors since I started wearing a visor back in 05 and was always told they were the best, but I got sick of replacing them because they were so sensitive. Was not sure I would be happy with the Bauer, but I saved a couple bucks, have not had the durability issues, and think the performance is the same.
  5. Red Wings Sale June 4 starting at 10am at Hockeytown Authentics in Troy
  6. CCM 4-Roll Pro III Have been using them for about 6 months. 1 or 2 ice games and 1 roller game per week. I had been wearing my second pair of Bauer 4 Roll gloves which were a couple years old and ready to go. I had been real happy with the Bauers, but read a lot of good things about the CCM 4-Roll Pro III so I thought I would give them a try. FIT – The 15” runs smaller than the same in the Bauer. They also fit a little smaller throughout the glove than the Bauer 4-Roll, which I tend to like better – 8/10 WEIGHT – These are the lightest gloves I have worn since my Eagle X-50’s. - 10/10 BREAK-IN – I HATE breaking in new equipment and I thought these would have little to no break in time. They did require a little bit of break in time (approx. 5 skates), but that could also be because I am way too picky! – 8/10 PROTECTION – Seems like plenty, have been fortunate enough not to have to test the protection out too much! – 9/10 DURABILITY – So far these gloves have held up great. No wear on the palms, all the stitching is holding up well, and the fabric looks brand new. – 10/10 INTANGIBLES – I have grown to like the gloves better than the Bauer 4 rolls I was using probably for fit and for durability (both pairs of Bauers seemed to have a layer of the fabric peel on the inside), and with the increase in price when they went to Nexus, there is a savings with these gloves too. OVERALL – This is a great pair of gloves and I am happy I switched to test them out. Would recommended them for anyone who like the classic fit. I would just make sure you are able to try them on to get into the accurate size. – 45/50
  7. The difference is primarily the wheels and frame.
  8. Rink Rat World Cup Durometer - 82A Setup - 80/76 Bauer Premier Skates Used on Sport Court/Ice Court about 1 or 2 times per week Previous Wheel - Rink Rat Identity Krysis Me- 6’0” 230 lbs Grip – I was happy to not notice a huge difference between the Identity Krysis and the World Cups. I pushed the limits on the Identity Krysis with my weight and was concerned I was going to notice a big difference in grip, but they grip perfect for me. 9/10 Speed – The speed on these is good, again pretty equivalent to the Krysis. 9/10 Durability – I went to these wheels because I knew I was burning through the other wheels a little fast, so far after about 40 skates on these, they are holding up great and showing little signs of wear. 10/10 Looks – Oange/Black, looks pretty good on the skates. 10/10 Value – A little less expensive than the top of the line wheels, but for a bigger guy they work just as well with better durability. 8/10 Overall – I purchased the Identity Krysis wheels after my Revisions wore out, and opted for what I thought would be a better performing wheel knowing I would sacrifice durability. I was happy with the Krysis, but I do not notice a large difference between the 2 for both the price and durability benefits for someone 220+. 46/50
  9. USA Hockey posted a reply to the study today http://www.usahockey.com/news_article/show/498353?referrer_id=1093254
  10. Wendell Middlebrooks (The Miller High Life Guy) dies at 36 http://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/2015/03/11/miller-high-life-actor-windell-middlebrooks-dies-at-36/
  11. Promoting that RPD Max stick is paying off already! Haha, congrats!
  12. Zetterberg wearing the all black Marsblade hat in his post game interview
  13. Is there a release date for the Prodigy Equipment?
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