the price of hockey
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10-04-2011, 10:42 AM
Join Date: Jun 2008
Talking to youth coaches and finding used equipment from kids that are growing out of theirs might be your best option.
For expensive as hockey is, the people involved with it tend to want to get as many people involved as possible and will tend to help out whenever they can. There is a lot of good will and giving involved with this sport. The hardest part is swallowing a bit of pride and asking for this help - but I can assure you that up here in NJ at least I don't see people being looked down on for asking for this help, but rather praised for doing everything possible for their children to be happy.
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