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CCSH last won the day on June 24 2018

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  1. I get my skates sharpened once every two weeks or so, but I also get about 13-15 hours of ice time a week. As for gear I like to replace my gear every 2 years but I also get insane discounts on gear from a close friend, getting all new everything for about 800-1000 compared to the 10,000 retail (stuff is lightly used).
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    Inspirations on gear

    Anybody else have small inspirations like quotes etc on their gear? Personally, I have a smiley face on my glove (after Mitch Marner), and on my lacrosse helmet, I have "step" and "ball" on the sides of my helmet, as well as "Proverbs 13:4" across my throat guard if you didn't already think I was extra. I like seeing reminders like this before a practice or game to remind me of the essentials as well as remember that it's just a game and the goal is to have fun, because I don't have the best relationships with certain referees... I'd like to hear if I'm just super extra or if anyone else does this too
  3. I use their Cobalt shirt for lacrosse I am a lax goalie, but I run the ball up the field a lot, meaning every player on the field wants to hit me the hardest they can. My chest protector covers only the front of my chest and I have little to no protection of my ribs without the shirt on. I've taken numerous slashes to the ribs as well as a couple balls to the sternum, and the shirt has done very well, the padding works wonders It fits great and is very comfortable, but I haven't tried it out during hockey yet, as I purchased it for lacrosse at the beginning of the year.
  4. Has anyone seen anything that would go around your chest instead of bicep? I play lacrosse and it wouldn't take long to take a shot to my arm that would break my watch.
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    CCM EF4

    I made up some possible ideas for using the color zones, using some NHL guys for inspiration. Color Zones: Bobrovsky: Holtby: Price: Rinne:
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    CCM EF4

    Some pictures of possible E-Flex 4s from TheGoalCrease Instagram. Most people are complaining about the color zones. Thoughts?
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    2S vs 1S Updates

    What led you to Bauer over any other company? I've always preferred Brians or CCM, but I'm open to new ideas.
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    The Puck Stops Here

    Editing is amazing, definitely some of the best I've seen in these sort of highlight reel sort of video. Keep it up.
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    osgood schlatter

    I've had it in both knees since I was 14. The best advice I have is to do any knee stretches. It seems pretty obvious but it works well for the game, I rarely notice it while playing. My doctor told me it typically goes away in your late 20s, so you're almost there. Here's an article I found helpful for pre-game. http://www.sportsinjuryclinic.net/sport-injuries/knee-pain/anterior-knee-pain/osgood-schlatters-disease-exercises (sorry if I'm not supposed to post links). It seems to work well, however, I still find my knees stiffening up when I go to the showers, maybe stretching after the game would help as well. Best of luck.
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    GT Design Help

    Decided on getting a pair of GT pads for the next season. I've designed 4 sets so far, both regular and classic. The first picture is our jerseys. Any feedback is greatly appreciated.
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    Picking out new gear

    Exactly the reason I needed help. Thank you.
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    Picking out new gear

    Most of my current stuff is falling apart, so I thought that it is time for some new stuff. I currently have good skates, pants, as well as a C&A. I need a helmet, glove/blocker, and I would like new leg pads, although it is not a necessity. I would like to spend more money on a glove, and less on a blocker. I don't need a matching glove and blocker because I like my gear to be solid white, and plan on removing logos anyway. I need a solid helmet, but not something anywhere near the price of an NME 10, I find prices above $250 overboard, especially for my budget. For leg pads, I need something decent, but not the latest and greatest pads. Anything average is great for me. I've been playing goalie for a little over 3 years now, after picking up the position after two goalies got hurt on my team. I've stuck with the position, but I still have some ancient hand-me-down pads. I need some stuff that can hold up for the next 2-3 years or so. For a budget, I would like to spend under $250 on both the blocker and glove, less than $200 on a helmet an around $500 on leg pads. If you could avoid Vaughn at all costs, that would be much appreciated. I understand that this is asking a lot, but I thought I should ask some of the gear experts out there before I spend too much on a blocker and not enough on a helmet. Thank you to anyone that can help me.
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    Fixing my glove

    Do you know any good places to buy a used glove/blocker?
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