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Naz

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  1. I have a colour matching trapper, but it is a Pro90Z, not the Helite 5
  2. These New Old-Stock Heaton Helite 5's have never seen the ice or a puck. Prefer to sell in Canada as I do not have PayPal - Payment via eTransfer. $500 CAD includes shipping within Canada.
  3. Selling these if anyone is interested. Prefer to sell in Canada with payment via eTransfer. New Old stock, have never seen the ice. $500 CAD includes shipping in Canada
  4. Sure it forced him to be flailing and erratic... BUT, there were many times he continued to try shuffling on his knees or sliding... when all he had to do was stand up, and move over.
  5. exactly what I was thinking! Why bother with maximum pad heights when they do shit like this. I know this sounds awful, but every time I see someone with pads sitting this high, I WANT them to get nailed on the skate tongue with a shot. Seriously, the boot break is at the middle of his shin!!!
  6. Naz

    new phone case

    Well there's your problem 😆
  7. ha! I posted that pic to a Vintage Goalie Equipment page on FB!
  8. in reverse I don't think the gold would stand out quite enough.
  9. gold with all kelly green binding and trim
  10. Just had my 30 year High School Reunion 2 weeks ago!
  11. July 27, 2014 - 3:30pm - Sunday. I was 43 years old. I was painting a bedroom. Had a Myocardial Infarction in the Front Left Descending artery of my heart. The Heart Attack I was to later learn is known as the "Widow Maker" 100% blockage of the biggest artery around your heart. If I had gone to lay down until I felt better, I would not be sitting here typing this today. Even with today's advancements, there is still a high mortality rate with this type of Heart Attack. Like you @Scythe , I felt that enormous weight on my chest, was losing use of my left arm. I went and changed out of my painting clothes, grabbed a phone, called 911, and went and sat on the front steps to my house waiting for the Ambulance. 911 stayed on the phone with me until the Ambulance arrived. They took me first to the Hospital closest to my house (4 minutes away) for the initial diagnosis, even though they knew from just looking at me what it was. They contacted the Interventional Cardiologist on call at the other major hospital in town, it specializes in Cardiology and is a major teaching hospital for Cardiac Care. Cardiologists from all over North America come here to learn. Back into the Ambulance, over to the other hospital and straight up into the Heart Cath Lab I went. Ironically, part of the job that my work team does, is calling in the Heart Cath Lab staff after hours and on weekends. So enroute, I knew that my colleagues were calling in the Team for ME! From the moment I called 911 to when I was sitting in my bed in the Coronary Care Unit after the stent had been put in, texting my parents to let them know what happened... total time elapsed. 3 hours. Pretty damn good for a Sunday afternoon. I still recall the moment laying on the table in the Cath Lab, the stent placed in via the small wrist incision, the EXACT moment the stent was inflated I felt INSTANTLY so much better, because well, blood was flowing in my heart again. At that time, it had been 17 years since I had played hockey. But, I was planning a return to the ice, and told my Cardiologist that was my goal. I was not out of shape when the Heart Attack happened. I had remained very active my whole life and always ate very well. In fact at that time, it had been 15 years since I had eaten anything deep fried. My Cardiologist told me I certainly did not look like a Heart Attack patient. All my cholesterol numbers were excellent. He said I was "a healthy guy, screwed by genetics". While in hospital I also found out I was Diabetic. Both my parents had a Cardiac History and both of them are Diabetic. 2 years ago this past April I returned to the ice. This past season I played sometimes 6 times per week, seems I still know how to stop a puck quite well, so I get many calls asking me to play for different teams. I workout using H.I.I.T. regimens and have altered my diet slightly. After initially being on 7 medications total upon release from the Hospital for both Cardiac and Diabetes (was on Insulin for 6 months) I now have it down to ONE heart medication (half dosage at that) and am off all Diabetic medications. It's hard work, and have to stay on top of it. But, it's worth the hard work, as I don't want to ever go down that road again. Sorry for the long winded novel, but this is a subject that certainly hits right at home for me.
  12. In December of 1989, the Junior Team I was playing for played against a Touring Junior team from Czechoslovakia. After the game, I traded my Hextall Vic stick with their goalie. 30 years later, I still have the stick.
  13. Damn straight. I am actually healthier, aside from the torn MCL. Just had my yearly treadmill test, 5 years now since my heart attack, and I kicked serious ass on the treadmill despite the MCL.
  14. Naz

    Beer

    ahhhh, nicely played. If you still have your Island tendencies, then you are probably very fond of Lucky Lager.
  15. Naz

    Beer

    Strictly Surrey Sir
  16. Tried to think of something smartass-ish to say... tried to think of a Surrey knock... couldn't, so... nice looking set @coopaloop1234 Better not leave those in a backseat of a car in Surrey, gone in an instant! There, I feel better after the Surrey comment now.
  17. ??? Maybe I need to put my reading glasses on, but where is the Lefevre logo on the gloves?
  18. I have been to the one on Broadway, they have 6 locations I think in the Greater Vancouver area. Yeah, those noodles are freaking fantastic!! Go to their website www.peacefulrestaurant.com and you can hear the Asian accent in what they write.
  19. Panthers Broadcasts and probably some NBC Broadcasts. Not a chance Lou moves from Florida.
  20. Aww man, that would have been great. But I am already committed to MC'ing/Announcing a Swim Meet up Island for the weekend.
  21. Naz

    Seattle NHL colors

    I make a Teriyaki/Honey/Garlic glaze for my BBQ salmon.... droooooooool
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