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09-04-2011, 07:53 AM
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Guffaw
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The way I look at it is after that ~18-22 yr. old age group your likely through high school, trade school, and college which means you should have a job, bills, responsibilities. It gets harder to justify playing contact hockey, getting hurt, and not being able to work once you are in the real world.

I played full contact in college and now play no-check mens league. I enjoy them both the same. I really have no desire to "light up" some guy with an open ice hit that has 2 young kids, a wife, a mortgage, etc.

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