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12-06-2005, 05:53 PM
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Brodeur
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Originally Posted by bruins0506
a review for the reeboks(300$ ones) said there for the goalie that plays 1-2 times a week, I play high school hockey so id need something good but not expensive since im not a pro, there are reebok intermediate pro's which are between the senior and pro pads but i dont know where you can get them
GoalieMonkey says they're getting a shipment of Intermediates in February: http://www.goaliemonkey.com/rbk-glpremierproint.html

I play twice a week normally, both outdoors and on ice, and the pads have held up pretty well (I've had them since July). Can't really tell if they are any better/worse than my previous pads (Heaton 10s) in terms of rebound control, but my butterfly is much much better now. Although the only problem with the seniors is you can't get customized sizing. I think in a perfect world I'd wear 35", but I had to decide between 34" and 36". It took about a month, but I got used to a 36".

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