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  1. Because Bauer is all about innovation and so they did something nobody has ever seen before! Oh, wait...
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  2. I know plenty of guys around here who are good hockey players that don’t play in leagues. They do regular weekly groups where everyone knows everyone else. Less chance for shenanigans such as dirty play or unbalanced league play. There’s no shame in skipping the league if you’re fed up with the current situation. Plus the regular weekly groups usually play on the same night each week and at a more desirable start time. And people hang out after and BS with each other.
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  4. Ah gotcha. Your OP made it sound like you were quitting the game for good. And that's just unacceptable.
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  6. The Bauer sweat bands are amazing and cheap. No reason to go with Monster or Sham anymore
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  7. Znow: don't mind at all, ask what you like. 5'5", 170. Thanks for the encouragement, fellas. It was not a heavy night and more than anything, I got some confidence or re-assurance that my leg didn't blow up when I pivoted. Still not sure if my legs open up but we'll see. Off camera, a skater dislocated his knee cap. Bad a ss: snapped it back in and continued skating. I told Anthony about the site. I hope he joins. 20 yrs old, can really play, is into gear, and a pleasant fella.
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  8. Really happy to see you are posting again Cam - great game and don't worry about any rust you felt you had - you polished that off pretty quickly. BTW - the save at ~0:20 - on a 2:0!?!?! That's what I call the result of someone who doesn't give up - one of the most valuable assets of a great goalie - keep up the awesomeness!!!
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  9. You need the following: 1) 50 grit sand paper 2) mineral spirits or MEK 3) 1” wide bidirectional carbon fibre tape 4) West Systems epoxy kit, slow cure (ask your dealer for guidance) 5) electrical tape 6) cheap office scissors, new 7) new chop sticks 8) clear plastic disposable mixing cups 9) lint-free, disposable towels 10) a food scale 11) plastic paint pan for roller paint 12) plastic drop cloths for your work space 13) paint mask or respirator for both sanding AND epoxy Measure the area to repair. Sand outside the repair an inch each way. Just sand enough to rough up the epoxy. We are talking of “kissing” the area, but you will need a mechanical bond. Moisten a lint-free paper towel with MEK or mineral spirits and wipe until the towels are clean. Normally I say acetone, but you will most likely have foam underneath a blade. Acetone destroys most foams. You will need three pieces of carbon fibre tape: one for the centre of the crack and two for each side around the crack. Cut your three strips of carbon tape to fit the length of the repair. Weigh the tape on food scale. With West Systems, you use a metered pump. Make certain you use the metered pumps and purchase if necessary. Follow directions for how many pumps. Your epoxy will probably weigh more than the carbon fabric. Mix hardener and resin with chop stick. You will pump both resin and hardener into the same cup. Make certain it is at least the same weight as the fabric, if not more. Pour mixed epoxy into paint pan. Soak fabric, and use the other chop stick to make certain that your fabric gets penetrated. Smear a thin coat of epoxy onto repair area. Place your wet tape strips onto repair area, one strip over the centre, and one on each side over-lapping the crack. Squeegee off the excess resin with a clean credit card. Wrap electrical tape over entire area. Cure for 24 to 48 hours with an incandescent bulb, though that is not necessary. Remove the tape and you’re golden. Some people poke holes in the tape. I have found that if you keep the amount of resin consistent with the weight of the cloth, you don’t have to poke holes in the tape; the holes in the tape work as a bleeder layer. But compacting the carbon tape is VERY necessary. If you have more questions, don’t hesitate to contact me.
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  10. You looked good coming back from the concussion! It was a retro skate - Hasek in net with the opponents rocking the Cooperalls
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  11. Is that guy on the other team wearing red Cooperalls??? And that desperation save at 0:40 shall be forever known at the butt save... may you hope its as famous as the Sanchez butt fumble! Thought you played awesome Cam... glad to see you back out there
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  12. Ok, I laughed my a ss of when I saw THE SAVE on F-book. Very simple: I nominate Imperative for Save of the Year. No one is close in Beer League, haven't seen anything close in any Amateur, and some of the Big Boys might be close but not ahead of you. UN-FRICK-ING-AM-AZING. Circus stop aside, you played really well after a head and shoulder injury. No puck shyness and the arms obviously work. Did you stop the one timer @ 4:43? The puck blends in with the shooter's colors. Very impressive, Cam. What did you do for rehab?
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  13. First time back since the hamstring injury. I was very happy that I wasnt very busy and that white missed some players. Gave me a chance to get a skate in without incident. I didnt have to reach very much and was able to turn etc without pain. I just had some residual tightness after and it feels pretty good on Sunday. On the other hand, Anthony, the white goalie, was out of his mind. Dark bombed the hell out of him and he was brilliant. Should have had the camera behind his goal. Observations welcome. Thanks for checking it out.
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