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SaveByRichter35 last won the day on March 11

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  1. Brian's Gear

    I like those a lot too
  2. The Mask Thread

    Does it have a more generic name like rubatex, etc?
  3. TGN Spec

    I don't see anything wrong with them. Its a decent minimalist graphic.
  4. Skates

  5. Peeing in Your Gear

    I still log in from time to time but there isn't much to post about or respond to anymore.
  6. The Mask Thread

    What is this foam called?
  7. Brian's Gear

    Those look great!
  8. Goalies Celebrating Team Goals

  9. Goalies Celebrating Team Goals

    Which is exactly why I don't like to chirp during games.
  10. Bauer Gear

    I don't have first hand experience with the x700 skates but I am going to assume no since there are different connections for the blades to the holder/cowling. The cowlings/blades use a simple nut and bolt while the holder/blades have a trigger mechanism.
  11. Defunct Gear Brands

    But they're Eagle gloves, not Vaughn...
  12. Goalies Celebrating Team Goals

    My point exactly.
  13. Goalies Celebrating Team Goals

    I usually celebrate my own team's goals with a drink of water, scrape crease snow into my net, and then just get back into a crouch. If its a big goal I may do a little bit of a fist pump or if the guy who scored happens to look my way as they're skating back to the center faceoff I'll point at him as if saying "you're the man" or something. Other than that I just let them celebrate themselves. I remember in highschool there was this one goalie from another school who used to always place the butt end of his stick into the pocket of his glove, paddle facing straight up in the air, and make circular motions in the air with his stick. It was so dumb.
  14. 2017-2018 NHL Gear Sitings

  15. Ice skates to inline skates

    Take them to a pro shop or even a skate sharpener. They have the tools to do it. I had the sharpener at one of my local rinks do my skates last time.