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  1. After one use: The BOA system in the glove vs. the Optik BOA is MUCH improved. The glove itself is crazy easy to open and close, and will only get better with use. Blocker seems to be, well, a blocker. It's comfy, feels well balanced.3 Pads slide well, and the knee blocks feel extra-cushy. They're a 1:2:4 flex, so decently stiff, which is my preference. To be honest, I didn't get a ton of quality shots in them, but this upcoming week should put them to the test.
  2. I think it's supposed to mimic the look of a gorget on traditional medieval armor, but they just forgot to carry that design motif through ANY other part of the uniform. Ugh.
  3. Pads & Gloves: hey, alright! These should be absolutely definitive proof that Bauer has sorted out the saturation issues with printing. Bucket: The same, but just...B&W. I thought it was a busy mess to begin with, and, still is. Jerseys: The Hardest ooooooooof. Sure, build off the surprisingly good Team NA from a few years back, but like...have an accent colour. Electric blue. Silver. I don't care. They looked like practice jerseys, and the numbers were impossible to read watching the game on a screen.
  4. Ol' CP rocking a .951 SV% in 2019... Decidedly not shabby.
  5. This was a good watch, but some of those Hasek saves were a big "meh".
  6. I assume this is a response to me, and yeah, sure. That's an inspirational message. But. The hype leading up to this was "Kevin Weekes is launching his own line of No5Hole equipment (the InGoal Mag headline being "KEVIN WEEKES DEBUTS NO5HOLE EQUIPMENT LINE"). But, it's not really a line of gear with any special features or innovation, nor is it positioned as equipment that could make goaltending more accessible. It's just a one-off set of (very) customized V8s. Vaughn certainly outdid their usual custom work, but I don't see how this set warranted such hype. Also, appearing on "Fox & Friends" is a hard oooooof.
  7. So...what's the big deal with the No 5 Hole stuff? Ex-pro gets Vaughn to make him custom set of V8 gear? Am I supposed to be impressed?
  8. Did this the other day.
  9. Could be, but the pattern looks too big to be Vaughn's usual weave. I might be wrong, but Vaughn DOES own a stake in Brian's, does it not? Perhaps that would entitle them to use the primo material (or something similar) without much hassle?
  10. Reeeeeaaallllllllly looks like Vaughn is using something VERY similar to Brian's primo material on the sliding surface here...
  11. These. Are. TERRIBLE. How did no one stop to look at these before production and be like "yeah....no."....or take the computer away from the "designer" and immediately set it on fire?
  12. DO: Show up. If you say you're going to be there, BE THERE. Don't be late. DON'T: Yell at anyone. You're getting paid to be a target. Don't give anyone an earful for not playing defense. DO: Laugh it up. Joke around with the guys when/if you can, and do your best. DON'T: Decide not to try if they turn out to be at a way lower level than what you're used to. Take the opportunity to work on something. DO: If you're going to be late, say if you hit a weird traffic jam, or you blow a tire, etc., let the rent-a-goalie organizer/skate organizer know immediately. It looks good on you. ANOTHER DO: Thank the guys for the ice on the way out. Tell 'em you'll see them next time. Rent-a-goalie is a great way to get yourself a bit of pocket money during the week, and can add up pretty quickly to some tasty new gear. Have fun!
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