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  1. We need a @RichMan ‘s Good Vibes” thread
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  2. My team for 3 on 3 spring/summer hockey is the Purple Cobras, so I added some accents to my gear.
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  3. Since 2-on-1s happen all the time, I make sure that *everyone* on my team knows that I want them to take away the pass, unless I'm actively yelling at them to take the shooter. I'm also more aggressive about playing the puck, because it's much harder to turn the puck over on a pass when there's only 3 opponents on the ice. Keep a close eye on the backdoor, and work on that explosive lateral movement, you're going to be doing a lot of it. [Edit] Just saw this was cross-ice, and... fuck if I know. Losing your faceoff dots and crease and lines is a big enough challenge as is; make sure you're tapping off your posts, that's your only lifeline to knowing where your net is.
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  4. Spend your game days drinking lots of water lol
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  5. Yes I'm aiming to keep the pad as much together as possible due to them being in good condition and obviously very little use. I've been looking for those polystyren sheets and parts but haven't seen them yet. Have to recheck next time because I'm sure they are there as it's been a normal material there for a long time in RBK/CCM/Lefebvre design. I opened the package today to see how things are now. I didn't give a lot of force to the pad yet as the plastics are airtight and the glue might take some time to cure completely. But for what I tried the pad is really, I mean really stiff above knee break. The difference is something I didn't expect at all for such foams used there. What was disappointing with that is the fact that I now have to open the inner side of the pad and attach the same sheet with new glue there too. It is flexing like hell now and the face of the thighrise is twisting as a result. Hopefully I got enough of the curve included to the pad as it's not really bending now and I don't want to open that place again to change the curve. Also got the calf flap halfway done, new velcro for the knee strap and about 10mm shortened top edge to give more room for calf.
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  6. Idk @bildeer, you better look out for this one. He sure has some eyes for you lol
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  7. The college team I play with had their season cancelled, so I took my expertise to the local men's league. We won in overtime after tying the game with 22 seconds left.
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  8. Long ago in my youth hockey days circa 2017. I bought the blocker on ebay back in 2013 and still use it to this day (and it's overdue for a replacement!)
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