Jump to content
Slate Blackcurrant Watermelon Strawberry Orange Banana Apple Emerald Chocolate Marble
Slate Blackcurrant Watermelon Strawberry Orange Banana Apple Emerald Chocolate Marble


  • Content Count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won

  • Feedback


malcb33 last won the day on February 19 2017

malcb33 had the most liked content!

Community Reputation

95 Good

Profile Information

  • Spambot control

Recent Profile Visitors

12017 profile views
  1. For me it's got to be my Eagle PPF gloves. I've had multiple pairs but been using them solid 6-7 years now.
  2. Like you mentioned earlier Base told me that their "Stiff" blade is the older construction. They were ok, but I found the X-stiff better (more durabile) and the feel isn't much different. If you're concerned about the blade being to pingy, add an extra layer of tape.
  3. I typically like a dampened feel to my blades, but hated the regular stiffness Base blades. They felt completely dead, I wouldn't recommend them personally.
  4. Any experience with the HPR elbows? They look decent, but how deep is the pocket and the lock? I don't think I have weird elbows, but I swear every pad I try slides down by tugging on it, except my ancient Jofa's
  5. I just wish they were longer personally. I've been looking to replace my old Jofa's for 2 years, but nothing I've tried feels right and has the same lock. Maybe I'll give the 7092's a second look.
  6. Why the preference for the 7092 over top model?
  7. I'd also say it has similarities to how the True A-series shoots as well. I picked up a pro-stock version a while ago and I have to say I'm impressed.
  8. @Zac911 can you explain a little of the thought process to split the A-series line (HT & SBP) instead of creating a third stick line like both CCM and Bauer have? I love True products and I’m a big believer in what the company has been doing, but this seems like a confusing way to add a new flex point for the mainstream customer. Also have you heard any good comparisons to how the HT shoots, does it shoot something similar to a Vapor with the softer handle?
  9. Barkov for sure! That curve is so perfect and a jack of all trades. Will be a great curve for a variety of people and an easy translation from a p88/92. I’d definitely jump on board with an order if it happens
  10. Habs, Leafs, Jets and Flyers I believe so far. Many more are interested
  11. Elite just updated their website. Got some great (general) info on sharpening and of course on their machines too. I've had this sharpening done twice now and I have to say I'm impressed. Very coefficient and consistent. I'd highly recommend checking them if in Montreal, for the rest of us it might be a while for retail machines unfortunately. Hopefully the hype from the NHL starts to trickle down sooner, rather than later..... http://eliteperformancetech.com/player-services/
  12. and of course myself too so that's +5 to start but I'm sure there's others that haven't chimed in yet. Now's your time..... (apologies if I quoted anyone out of context)
  13. Thats what I think is cool about the Barkov, it's very similar to the old Gionta (which I love) but more usable for people coming from other curves too.
  14. Seems fairly specific to me. From a manufacturers point of view wouldn't you want something that appeals to a wider audience?
  15. The Barkov fits in well between those two indeed. I think it's the perfect compromise. It also fits well between at P92 and P88 too, which is why I think it will be a very popular curve. A P92/P88/P14/BC27 hybrid, hahaha
  • Create New...