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joegruber25

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  1. Personally I don't like the jerseys they have right now. Color Scheme just doesn't work for me with all three primary colors, need some different shades. So I am excited to see this team with new Jerseys. According to reports the "leaping panther" that has been around since '93 is staying so that's good.
  2. Where was this? Because I wear CCM Jetspeeds and think the DLC runners are really cool looking and would love to get my hands on some. But like I said when I go on the site I only see the bauer's. Do you think I should email them?
  3. I'm on the site now and I am only seeing the Bauer option in the DLC runners. Is there a CCM option?
  4. yeah that's why I say "used." it gives me comfort at night thinking I use Crosby's curve even though I don't haha
  5. Does anyone know if STX's curves are "used" by their athletes like the other companies do? Like I would love to try a Trocheck, Pirri, or Moulson curve. But I'm only seeing X9, X28, X88, and X92.
  6. Thats definitely a MX3. Typical Bauer Supreme ribbed grip. That's really surprising I bet people at Bauer are licking their chops
  7. From what I've observed looking at curves the P29 is not very similar to the P92. The P92 is almost identical (slightly more closed) to the P87A. I own both curves right now.
  8. I purchased the CCM Jetspeeds and I can attest to the fit. I wore Bauer supreme one80s for 4 years so my foot is very used to that fit. My foot is pretty normal: little wide, normal arch, normal toes, size 12. The heel lock on the Jetspeeds is amazing, I can really feel it lock in there and not want to move, ankle support is great (I like my skates to be very tight so I have better balance), and the comfort and weight are phenomenal. The boot is like putting your foot in a memory foam pillow, soft but firm, and the skates don't feel heavy or make me more tired than normal. The runners are great, dig in nicely with a 3/8 cut with good balance. The only thing I would say is right above the toe box where the tongue begins squeezes my foot. I attempted to bake the skates and that made the problem a little better but at the collegiate hockey level I can feel a little pain after an hour long practice and I hope this goes away after a little more breaking in. I have not attempted to use the custom insoles yet but I need to. If there is any interest in those let me know.
  9. Quick question for anyone who knows. I am a huge fan of the Ribcor line and when I bought the 40K I liked the P87A and I was hoping that would be on the next line, but it's not. Now they have the P29 which is more like the old P87 but neither is anything like P87A (which I would assume was to be geared toward a younger demographic and thats why they created it). Now the P19(Nugent-Hopkins) is very similar (if not better in my opinion) to the P87A; however, they are not selling that curve on the any of the three new sticks! So my questions: why do they specifiy certain blade patterns to certain lines? And where in the heck did RNH go?
  10. Pietrangelo (usually with warrior stick) with the Easton and Schwartz (usually with CCM hemet and stick) with Easton for the note.
  11. Ya I feel like they help with both protection and balance.
  12. JR were you talking about the guy who leaked the ccm stick? Disappointed that got removed :p
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