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04-28-2010, 04:09 PM
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Originally Posted by NomadFan View Post
Slight bump of this thread, mostly because summer's coming up!

How does the dry erase board hold up with shooting practice? I'm thinking of submitting something for beav's slapshot challenge, but I'd be starting completely from scratch - i.e. no net, no skill pad, no radar gun - and funds are a bit of an issue. Would using the dry erase board for that purpose hold up on slapshots or is that a bad idea as well?

In any event, I'd probably still try to finagle this kind of setup so I could also continue working on stickhandling and such. Do you just lay it on the ground and you're good to go, or do you spray it down with anything?
Just bought my Acrylic board today, it's clear a little bit thicker than those sheets shown in the video. It is 36 x 48, enough room to do what ever I need it to do. The trick is finding something to hold down the acrylic when placing in the bungee cord.

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