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03-04-2007, 11:38 PM
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If your going to get them, get them now. I had a really hard time getting use to my new stuff. (1 inch smaller becuase hockey Canada switching to NHL standards) So I had to switch from 12 inch width to 11 (The blocker and trapper were a lot smaller too), doesnt seem like much but took me a while to get used to. If you do get them in the summer you should goto a goalie camp to get use to them. For about the first 5 games I got my new pads I felt really bulky in them and I let in 3-5 goals a game and didnt win one. I was even thinking about switching back to my old ones. Now I feel really comfortable in them and I'm on a 6 game win streak and havn't let in more than two goals a game during the 6 win streak.

So new pads take a while to get use to, if your going to get them, get them now so their ready for next season.

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