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Kayen last won the day on April 14 2018

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  1. Echo the sentiment on Warrior Knee pads. Using Ritual X Pro's and they're absolutely amazing, and after 3 years, still minimal wear to them.
  2. no, not really. but thanks for checking coopy
  3. CCM Attack Cowling (the new minimalistic ones found on AS1). Very light, great attack angle. Has 4mm steel. I like it better than my cowlingless skates due to the more neutral pitch it has. I have it mounted to Reebok 16K skates. CCM Attack Cowling (the new minimalistic ones found on AS1). Very light, great attack angle. Has 4mm steel. I like it better than my cowlingless skates due to the more neutral pitch it has. I have it mounted to Reebok 16K skates.
  4. The problem is, typically with the smaller manufacturers you do miss out on the bleeding edge technologies and innovation that is afforded to the main players via their much larger R&D budget. When you look at "softer" senior level pads like the CCM E4.9, Bauer 2X, RGT2 Senior, none are what you would consider a soft pad. With Brian's you have the Gnetik 8.0 whose chassis is based off of a much older OG Gnetik Pad, and no sliding tech has been added. With Vaughn their VE8 'Pro' as with their senior stuff is heavier, thicker, and lacks sliding tech too BUT does strike the softer pad want. I'm sure my pad preferences aren't too common anymore, and my terribly bad hips are an anomaly, but that said FFS, I'm only 27 haha.
  5. For someone with bad hips I'm disappointed that all the newer pads are getting stiffer and stiffer. Nothing *off the shelf* quite works for me without hip pain, and going up to pro/custom isn't in the books for me.
  6. I'll chime in as another Bauer 37.5 user. I have them in my player helmet too. Fantastic sweatbands and cheap too.
  7. A goal is a goal is a goal. No reason to ban it. Gives fans something to get hyped up over. Hockey is entertainment, these goals are quite entertaining, deal with it.
  8. Short by NHL standards, but realistically he's about the same height as most of us normies.
  9. He's inside a ProHockeyLife at that... so a big box store buying skates. Wonder if it's off the shelf or just custom skates he just needed to get it baked a bit more.
  10. It's a ROB(erts) of a deal.
  11. Kayen

    McKenney XPG1

    Will United Cycle continue carrying the product in Edmonton? Thanks Trevor.
  12. Kayen

    McKenney XPG1

    Inner belt. By pro spec do you mean the NHL spec version?
  13. Kayen

    McKenney XPG1

    @McKenney Hockey pants look fantastic. Also agreed in inquiring if they could be ordered without a belt. Thanks !!
  14. Kayen

    McKenney XPG1

    @McKenney Hockey anything you can share on the new C/A? Anything on pants, my McKenney pants were the best ones i ever had, just had to downsize and couldn't find any 890's locally.
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