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10-27-2006, 08:32 AM
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MikeD
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Just be sure to not try to do ice and roller seasons at the same time. The differences between ice tending and roller will create havok on your roller game and make the transition to ice much more difficult than it has to be. I suggest keeping a spring and/or fall roller season and ice for the winter.

Play it again sports is one good source for some gear but not a place to get hockey gloves. They tend to lose stitching the first time you really sweat them up. Be sure to really check out the gear your going to purchase used such from consignment at a local sports/hockey shop. Give the stitching a real pulling to look for weakness.

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