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Buzz_LightBeer

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Buzz_LightBeer last won the day on November 29 2019

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About Buzz_LightBeer

  • Birthday 04/28/1983

Equipment

  • Skates
    True VH
  • Stick
    Warrior Alpha QX
  • Gloves
    Warrior Franchise
  • Helmet
    CCM HT2
  • Pants
    Warrior Hustler
  • Shoulder Pads
    Eagle PPF
  • Elbow Pads
    Eagle PFF
  • Shin Pads
    JoFa
  • Hockey Bag
    Eagle Custom

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  1. Nolan Pratt Dolomite grips. perfect length, perfect flex, perfect grip, perfect curve. For me, anyway.
  2. Trues are streamlined with moveable and removable pieces. Would be worth trying on
  3. I’ve found the durability of the blades to be great. Shafts San get brittle from slashes and shot blocks, I’d say more than the average shaft. But I’ve used them for years and always been pleased
  4. You have a heart, who would’ve guessed? good to hear you caught it early, I’d hate to have to render on ice first aid at WF.
  5. Nightmares of the Nike Quest looks but the fit, for me, was excellent.
  6. I had it happen to a few sticks, the matted coati g pulled away and the adhesive was left.
  7. https://www.prostockhockey.com/hockey-sticks/player-sticks/left-christoffer-ehn-jetspeed-85-flex-stick-2/ One thing I've noticed guys in your situation struggling to adjust to as well, is using sticks longer than the old shaft/blade days as well as adjusting to the flex (not using super stiff shafts with wood blades). Guys that used to come through the shop would eventually get in a comfort zone one they adapted to both.
  8. Just as ridiculous as I would’ve imagined. Excited to try it on ice
  9. I'd take them out for skates meant to be in the oven for 8-12 minutes, but 2-3 shouldn't hurt footbeds
  10. Aall this stuff is clogging up the basement. More photos if you’re a serious buyer. Random gear sale, always open to offers! CONUS shipped pricing, will ship to Canada if we can work out numbers Pants; Wisconsin Badgers Nike 2-piece Large, signs of use, but good shape. $65 shipped MIC Ducks Franchise, Robidas Medium. Six pack protector laced in but unattached. $85 shipped Eagle 2 piece Islanders Bouchard, Size 50, light use. $75 shipped Tackla 5000 NHL, Size 52 purple. New-ish. $65 shipped Nexus 1N retail. Sizing stock, never seen the ice. Size medium, Blue (BLU) not Royal, not navy, but in between. $85 shipped Bemidji Franchise, medium, well used $50 shipped CCM girdle, wraparound style, light use, Large, $65 shipped Gloves; MIA Franchise Beech, black and red, well well used, definite repalm project, 14”. $25 shipped AK27 14” Blue/Grey retail. MIC, average use, $50 shipped Navy/Gold Luxe, MIC 14N, near new kangaroo repalm, $100 shipped Vapor Pro Team, Junior Admirals, 14”, new, $85 shipped CCM HG97 Sharks Bollig, 15”, average use, $60 shipped Franchise, Red/White 13”, MIC, near new, $85 shipped Shoulders Bauer Pro Defender, Large, worm twice, two sets of shoulder caps. $85 shipped Trus XC9 shoulders Large, less than a dozen uses. $80 shipped
  11. My timeline is fuzzy on when they and THC split, but another option for CDN made pads https://customizer.lefevregoalie.com/
  12. Like this. It’s an ncaa thing. For some reason.
  13. Depending what shade it is, some companies only get enough material for that one game. So you may not be able to replicate it perfectly. I found this out trying to have Vancouver burgundy gloves made
  14. A few WinterFest tour pickups; TPS Grosse Pointe North breezers DT1 Honeybaked pants Rbk 8K pants Franchise MIC Red/White
  15. Several reasons; Very few shops are going to stock a product, or stick sight unseen, there needs to be something tangible for shops to base their buying off of. Also, like Stewie said, in order to dedicate floor space to POP material. Secondly, if you’re spending your entire sales day talking about the “QRE10, that hasn’t been released yet,” buyers aren’t inclined to buy current stock, they’ll wait for the newest latest greatest, or wait longer for the current to go on sale. You’re undercutting your own bottom line, which is inordinately foolish. Lastly, every product/POP preview I’ve been a part of (since 2002) it has been explicitly stated “this info is still confidential-in the works,” and if it wasn’t stated, it was implied. And if it wasn’t implied, we were smart enough to know it wasn’t info for gen pop. The two big names would Even provide dates telling retailers when info could begin to be teased.
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