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1 hour ago, Max27 said:

i think its just pro leagues. Trav4 played in the KJHL with one, youll prob be fine if youre not a pro

and i havent heard that ever (abt the floating t looking less open)

I wouldn't use a Junior B league as any kind of measuring stick for what's legal and what's not.

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17 minutes ago, OceanMon said:

Has anybody had experience with playing with a glove before and after floating T?  Any noticeable differences?  Recommended?

No real difference to be honest. I converted my G4 from the standard single to a floating T. If you were going to catch the puck in the pocket, it will stay in the pocket either way. I've never had pop outs if I line up the pocket with the puck.

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9 minutes ago, jfu91 said:

No real difference to be honest. I converted my G4 from the standard single to a floating T. If you were going to catch the puck in the pocket, it will stay in the pocket either way. I've never had pop outs if I line up the pocket with the puck.

Thanks for the feedback!

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44 minutes ago, OceanMon said:

Has anybody had experience with playing with a glove before and after floating T?  Any noticeable differences?  Recommended?

I modded an old Vaughn T3500 with a floating T.  I already loved catching with that glove, but once I added depth to the T nothing ever came out of the pocket.  There were times it was actually hard to get the puck out of the pocket (but in fairness I made it REALLY deep).

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