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06-04-2012, 10:01 AM
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TrueBlue86
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Originally Posted by JustAnotherHockeyFan View Post
I have not found anything cheaper in the London-Kitchener-Waterloo area of Ontario. If you do, let me know.
spending $175 for something fundamental as learning to skate is not considered a lot in hockey. it's one of the most expensive sport

if your mom said you can't skate, go learn how to skate! you don't need group lessons or anything like that to learn how to skate well enough to play beer league. i've been skating for the last 5 months 2-3 times/ week and have progressed well. i've seen other people do the same thing at my rink. also, if you go to a rink, more than likely someone will offer you advice for free. here we have a few figure skaters and ex hockey players that help out the beginner skaters.

right now it's summer time but there are still rinks open that have public skate, you just have to look. you can get a cheap pair of skates for like 60 dollars that will be more than good enough to learn how to skate...

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