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  1. Took a chance on a company close to home to get it done and just wow! He said he did the Ducks goalie, didn't know his name lol and a dad got his kid 6 done hmmm who knows?! It's amazing looking.
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  2. Sure, if you say so. ๐Ÿ˜‚
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  3. New pads after 5 years!My first pair of new, pro level pads ever!Warrior G3 Pro classic 32+1.5They are so light!
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  4. New gear in. They're going to make great furniture accessories since there's no hockey.
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  5. Conveniently my G5 pads arrived the same day as the prolaces so I got to wear them the day I got them For anyone wondering how I attached my TGN spec prolaces hereโ€™s how
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  6. Fifty Six, your healing has begun. I played in 24 games this past winter. I maintain that daily yoga and 3 times a week aqua fit class allowed me to play relatively pain free, still have osteoarthritis in my joints but the knee and hip are good. With most exercise facilities closed I tuned up my bicycle, pedalling my butt all over town. Our team is presenting a plan to the local Rec Dept with the hope we can resume playing come September. I will be ready. All the best in your rehab.
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  7. The glove is filhty, smells like something that would easiest be described as used sports gear. People, if you don't yet, please start now! To wash your hands before you to the ice. It'll keep your precious gloves tidy for longer time. One image of the inside, coloring, salty deposits, and the smell. My hands still have little odor after few washups with load of soap and its already some hours since. So lets get rid of the smell. Large enough bucket, cold tap water and vinegar. All the smelly and washable parts go in, add water so that it's got all covered and add a large spoon or two of winegar. Put a lid over so the winegar don't escape (the smell ๐Ÿ˜) I'll let it cook up for 12 to 24 hours and some stirring for few times. After this treatment it's time to rinse throughly with clean water and then use some detergent and good old hand wash procedure. Those stainless parts are to keep things underwaters. Vinegar is acidic so no materials that react with it.
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