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02-14-2012, 07:01 AM
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Originally Posted by Kulluminati View Post
I can see where you're coming from but I think that this would along with being a cost/storage issue, also be detrimental to the development of the goalie. At what age would you change the net size from 'small' to standard? The way it is right now just lets kids adapt to the regulation size net as they themselves grow. What if your age 9 and you play on this small net, then when your 10 the goal has suddenly grown in area by 20-25% wouldn't that just mess you up?
It changes at 9 when you move from Mites to Squirts, unless you are good enough to play up to Squirts at 8. Which is also when you go from cross ice to full ice.

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