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  1. I am well aware of popular social media Instagram accounts getting paid/ free gear to say good things about the companies equipment. With that being said there are Really no good social media accounts that goalies looking to get new gear can really rely on, due to the fact that these main stream accounts have to say good stuff or they won't get anything free no more, hockey reviews CA is good and so is TRAV4 but Travis job isn't to just review everything and im not expecting him to anyways he wants to focus on pro hockey which im totally ok with, hockey reviews CA I have to really take with a
  2. Canadian tire has a warrior ritual cr4 goalie stick. I can't seem to find any information about this stick, like weight, construction, etc. Lots of info on cr1, cr2, and cr3. Is this special made by Canadian tire? How does it compare to a cr3?
  3. Hey guys. I have been wanting to paint the carbon fiber part of my true skates for a while now. Anyone know how to do it/recommendations for people to do it? I have heard that I can take it to a body shop and have them paint them but I don't know if I want to spend 70$ on a paint job if I could get it somewhere else for much cheaper.
  4. Hey Old Guys & Adult League Players! 1.5 Hours of On-Ice Training for Beer League Adult Players $100.00! Bandits is hosting a Mini Clinic just for you! The details: What: 1.5 hours of ice on-ice instruction When: January 12, 2019, 4:45 p.m. - 6:15 p.m. Where: Farmington Hills Ice Arena, 35500 8 Mile Road, Farmington Hills, Michigan, 48335 Limited spots are available. Due to the high demand, we are limiting sign up to 16 goalies! Contact: Stan Matwijiw, Director of Operations, Bandits Goalie School, stan@banditsgoaltending.com Contact: Clayto
  5. Just wanted to say hello to everyone and introduce myself in case you haven't heard of me before! I started making goalie gear and accessories back in 2006, and I also do repairs when my schedule allows. My website is http://www.protectiveathleticwear.com If you have any questions feel free to get a hold of me through email: paw@protectiveathleticwear.com or by phone and I'll get back to you as soon as I can! I'm currently the only employee so I'm running this on my own right now. I just got set up into a new shop where I have more room to work so it's been a super busy and exciting
  6. well game one of the season against our “arch rivals” and they ran our show, haha. The game was not as close as the score would suggest. Personally I wasn’t prepared for “game speed” having only played half speed shinny for the last two months. I gave up a couple of soft goals 5 Hole and then got torched top shelf for 4 of the goals, a turn over resulted in a 2-0 down low for another goal and a cross ice pass that was well placed for another goal. I didn’t feel very good about the way I played and needed to make a couple of key saves that would’ve gave us a chance to win. Next game is tonight
  7. i have just got a new glove and am wondering how to break it in fast. alot of people talk about the keeps technique but i am worried that will destroy the protectiveness of my glove. any other thoughts or ideas?
  8. Whatever your skill level before you began playing adult league, you’ve made it! You’ve finally entered the no-pressure, fun-only part of your hockey career. With the addition of a fuller work and personal life than you may have had while focusing primarily on hockey, it may be harder to keep your mind on the ice. The skill we’ll discuss is used to identify and be proactive handling situations where adult worries would otherwise peel your attention away from the game. Awareness of your own thinking is a foundational skill that helps you gain control over your own thought processes. It’s a
  9. Whether a regular season or playoff game, it’s important to focus on the things you can control. It’s also meaningful to recognize that you cannot control the game’s outcome. The final score is a team effort and while you can do things to influence the likelihood of a “W” or “L,” it’s not entirely up to you. Focusing on your personal performance between puck drop and buzzer tends to help more than thinking about the game’s outcome. While many of us have been told “focus” by a former coach, specifics don’t always follow - it’s hard to pinpoint what to focus on and when to zero in on a specific
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