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  1. Depends, are you sending pics of your junk to people? Playing some touch football in your Wranglers and copper fit geear? If not, then you ain't Brett.
    3 points
  2. My most recent experience with that ended with shots on goalie 56-14 and a 6-1 score with me laying on the floor of the locker room struggling to breathe. Not fun.
    2 points
  3. Personally I think our jerseys look better than Anaheim’s Not sure why I look insanely tall I’m not that tall I swear
    2 points
  4. Yeah - I wasn't sure with the title. If you mean flipping as in flipping houses where the goal is to make money off the differential because the market is crazy as it is happening in a lot of places, I don't see it. If you are using the term in a manner where you offset you losses when you try gear and get rid of it in the short term, yes you can cushion the loss, but I don't see it being a money-making venture. I think goalie gear is the same as cars where they lose 25% just driving off the lot. Sure there may be some high end or desirable gear that let's you cut your losses, and pro-ret
    1 point
  5. I think that give or take a year after launch you will be able to get 60 to 70 percent back of what you paid, within reasons I'd day, and if you're lucky, a little more. I keep my equipment in great shape, and was able to get some money back for my used equipment, more for others. My hardest sell was my P1 pads, no one wanted those damn pads, I hated them myself. After trying to sell them for maybe a year I had a newb buy them, sadly for him they were no good either in the end and I found them back on kijiji, poor guy. My 11K skates were a tough sell, and even my Vapor 2x skates, took some
    1 point
  6. Neat find. I remember reading about his full custom Vaughn C/As in the GSBB days, but never saw pics until Kenesky put this one on their IG. I wonder why Miller decided to try out Kenesky - did Vaughn decide it wasn't worth their time anymore? Is he in one of these now, or did he find something else?
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  7. I've had decent success flipping gear, mainly due to finding things way underpriced that I could try out and then resell at a decent margin. Results vary though, I've also lost money or sat on items for ages before selling. Like anything, there's sellers out there who are out for a dollar and don't really understand how the market works: https://sidelineswap.com/gear/hockey/goalie/goalie-full-sets/3186941-bauer-red-senior-34-regular-supreme-2s-pro-stock-goalie-full-set
    1 point
  8. Sport gear will always be a depreciating asset. There's the odd outlier where something actually increases in value, but that's more due to it's collection status over anything functional. You may be able to turn the slightest of profit on acquiring broken gear and refurbishing it. But that would be something you'd do as a hobby just for the sake of fixing gear. I'd consider you lucky to break even for the cost of materials and the original acquisition of the gear.
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  9. So I picked up this Ryan Miller pro-return Chesty. Miller had removed the elbow floaters, so Mike Howard was kind enough to build a new set for me. Apparently the elbows are an old Vaughn style. Additionally, this chesty took Kenesky three days to build. A normal build is six to eight hours.
    1 point
  10. see my topic. maybe you will find something interesting for you.
    1 point
  11. Just remember, when you do join a new team, there's a reason they're looking for a goalie.
    1 point
  12. Sad but true. I've watched more "Kronwalling" videos on YouTube over the last 14 months that is healthy for any human being.
    1 point
  13. Not too soon at all. Screw Patrick! I'm also a Wings fan and I couldn't be prouder that my team had his number and that two of our goalies kicked the tar out of him. Edit: I didn't mean that to sound quite a vicious as it did. I don't lack respect for the man or his career achievements, I just know he didn't give a rip about anyone but his own team so I don't give a rip about him getting torched. And of course, once he was in Colorado he was the mortal enemy. Terrible picture, but a sweet memory:
    1 point
  14. I swear, if i had my own vehicle and Quebec didn't have a curfew, I'd probably be playing and coaching every night. Count yourselves lucky guys
    1 point
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