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  1. It's up for pre-order on icewarehouse.com for 279.99 USD so not that much of a price increase over the QRE although it's only ~16 grams lighter. There's also an "ST" and "ST2" price point which have once of the more brighter paint schemes on a stick I've seen in a while.
  2. If you're not looking for a newer release stick - Warrior W14 - Chara is a clone of the P14. They discontinued the curve after the QR1 I believe so you're best bet is finding it in a clearance section. Prostockhockey also has a few P14-like curves if you're a lefty.
  3. I was at Hockey Giant in Plano yesterday and they had the Alpha shoulders, elbows, and shins in misc sizes/lines. They were unboxing a couple of cases of Alpha gloves in varying sizes/lines as well so I would imagine they should be pretty well stocked by the end of next week.
  4. Total Hockey is still open and your best bet but I'm not sure what they can or cant do until the new deal is finalized. I know they haven't been getting product regularly so not sure what they'll be able to do custom wise until everything is finalized. Wouldn't hurt to call and ask the manager if they can still order customs. Hockey Giant in Plano is an okay-store. I've had good experiences with their staff but I also know most of them. Never inquired about getting customs or seen anyone get customs from them.
  5. Dallas is probably your best bet in TX. There's a Total Hockey in Lewisville. Edwin Trebian is the store manager there and is a pretty good fitter so you could do your custom Bauer order through them. We have a Hockey Giant in Plano but I don't know if they have any good fitters. Personally, I'm in VH customs and even with some initial fitment issues, VH was been able to turn around skate fixes for me (shipping there, fix, ship back) in 5 business days.
  6. I asked the same question to Warrior on Twitter and they responded with "not for a few weeks"
  7. Spezza - Nike Tshirt with some padding stitched on.
  8. Looks like anything with a "QRL" tag has been removed from totalhockey.com and no other sites that I've visited so far see have them listed anywhere. Was the launch pushed back?
  9. I've had them since they came out. Using them 3-4x a week since and thus far no real signs of tears or rips. The mesh material on the backhand had me worried but it's held up very well for as much as I play. The fit was a little too narrow at the wrist and movement was restrictive at first but after a week or two, it opened up. I love the digital palms, don't really care for the overlays since I use taki mac grips and so I can'y comment on palm durability either. I tried both these and the QR pro's but the Pro's just felt like that had a boxier fit and the feel wasn't as nice.
  10. Pre-orders now up on Total Hockey, $199.99 USD http://www.totalhockey.com/product/QRL_Gloves/itm/24654-41/?mtx_id=0
  11. Cooper Techniflex Shoulders with the shoulder caps cut off. Circa 1998 I believe?
  12. Being a smaller skater myself I found it very hard to get used to a composite boot for the high end skates. The higher end skates might fit better and some will give you a better wrap around your foot but one thing to keep in mind is that the stiffness might not be to your liking once you actually get on the ice.
  13. I'm 5'6" 160lbs and been using senior 75 flex sticks cut down pretty short for a while now. Back in my competitive travel days, I was about 145-150lbs using a 100 flex not really knowing what it meant. My shot back then was a lot better than it is now and I'm even considering going down to an intermediate 70 flex but I just don't like how skinny the intermediate shaft dimensions feel. It all comes down to preference and what works for you and as stated above, your shooting mechanics.
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