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Old April 2nd, 2008, 07:13 PM
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I was just wondering exactly how many goalie we have on this forum? If your a goalie looking for reviews I'm creating this thread for you! So goalies if you wouldn't mind to post your set-up here and previous equipment you have tried. Then right a brief review.

I will post reviews on some thing probably tomorrow.

I will also post a review on the new Vaughn Epic 8600 series. I got everything for basically a steal!
P.M. for price
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Old April 2nd, 2008, 07:15 PM
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Old April 2nd, 2008, 07:26 PM
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I had a feeling you would be one of the first to post... :)

This is also for former goalies!
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One of my buddies is our goalie. He has limited internet but we just got him for his BDay some Bauer Supreme 35" Leg Guards, Mission Helium blocker/glove combo and an ITECH helmet w/ chrome cage and he's loving it all
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Old April 2nd, 2008, 09:33 PM
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gaw where to begin. i have more goalie knowledge than i need, but ironically, not as much as i want.

can give reviews if wanted for:
v3 blocker
tps summit glove
11.8 x factor pads
itech helmets
vaughn/bauer pants
9k skates
ccm blockade glove/blocker
vaughn v1 pads
sherwood sticks
rbk 6k sticks
nbh xxx sticks
response plus goal stick
tps rubber stick

any info that u want that most or even few goalies should know, id be happy to help with anything
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Old April 3rd, 2008, 02:22 AM
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I am also a goalie, but don't really play "full seasons" anymore. I just play when my phone rings and someone needs a fill-in for a game. (Or one of my teams can't find a replacement goalie for a game)
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gaw where to begin. i have more goalie knowledge than i need, but ironically, not as much as i want.

can give reviews if wanted for:
v3 blocker
tps summit glove
11.8 x factor pads
itech helmets
vaughn/bauer pants
9k skates
ccm blockade glove/blocker
vaughn v1 pads
sherwood sticks
rbk 6k sticks
nbh xxx sticks
response plus goal stick
tps rubber stick

any info that u want that most or even few goalies should know, id be happy to help with anything
Haven't tried the epics yet have you?
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its the life what do you recomend for a goalie stick?
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former goalie, just lost interest, played for 4 years
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best stick I ever used is my 590 eklund pro return.
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its the life what do you recomend for a goalie stick?
sherwood 9950 if you can find one. the one with iron carbon.
rbk 6k. premier I or II

NO COMPOSITES!!!

maybe the new rbk x10's, look good but i havent tried them. i think those are the ones that look composite but cost around 100. that is now my price limit for a goalie stick
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sherwood 9950 if you can find one. the one with iron carbon.
rbk 6k. premier I or II

NO COMPOSITES!!!

maybe the new rbk x10's, look good but i havent tried them. i think those are the ones that look composite but cost around 100. that is now my price limit for a goalie stick
My favorite stick is the opposing goaltender's backup stick. (Why should I buy one when I can just borrow one every game?)

*heh*
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Ill look into the x10. is the 7k composite?
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