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05-02-2009, 11:15 PM
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Youtube yourself.

Everyone on hfboards seems to play so lets get some youtube videos put up here. Get a friend or parents to tape like a minute of you playing.

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZRYR0mofr1A

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PRc_-YwkYK4

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Everyone on hfboards seems to play so lets get some youtube videos put up here. Get a friend or parents to tape like a minute of you playing.
where's yours?

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You definitely look like you were still hungover in the first video. Especially when you ran into your own teammate at the end there haha.

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You definitely look like you were still hungover in the first video. Especially when you ran into your own teammate at the end there haha.
try still half drunk.but i still deflected two shots.haha

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Cool looks like you were having fun.

I need to get some video ... I don't have a video camera. I do but it is an old VHS shoulder cam ... I know that is truly pathetic but alas it is true.

Thanks for sharing your vids ...

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Nice stuff. That was some iffy stick handling before turning it over but your defensive work was impressive.


Last year my girl friend recorded me at ball hockey with her digital camera. I'll pull up the files when I get home and put them on youtube. Crappy quality though.

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lol i love the one comment when you fell "that's embarrassing" from the person (wife?) recording lol

not bad though, Id say thats about the same speed i go for mens league too, don't wanna exert too much energy

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05-06-2009, 11:08 AM
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lol i love the one comment when you fell "that's embarrassing" from the person (wife?) recording lol

not bad though, Id say thats about the same speed i go for mens league too, don't wanna exert too much energy
it was my 9 year old daughter LOL!!!

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it was my 9 year old daughter LOL!!!
hahahahahahaha even better

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I have ONE lamey short 21 second video I shot with a digital regular camera that shot avi by sitting it on a kitchen chair I brought out to my backyard rink. I make a rink every year weather permitting.

Okay the video needs a setup ... I had a nice big rink in the backyard that usually looks like this ....



And I am here using it like this ...



Ummm I put the digital camera on a puck for an ice level shot



Now why does the video need a setup? Well because I shot it just after doing a quick repair when we had 2 60 degree (Fahrenheit) days of heavy rain which washed the rink away AND 70 mph winds that ripped up my huge sheet of poly which ripped it to all unholy heck.

So this was a quick repair job to give me a bowling alley sized lane to shoot pucks in for practice basically. Living in Maine is good in the winter but sometimes that southern flow brings rain from down south and warm weather which makes outdoor rinks a difficult task to maintain sometimes.

But this video is THE ONLY one I have of me doing anything at all ... I want to get game footage from the team I play for but I own an analog VHS video camera .... I know right ... SUPER LAME-O!



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ahh man to have a rink in my backyard would be awesome...i'd actually consider moving to Minnesota or or Michigan or somewhere up north to be able to have something like that.

Short vid but looks like your a good skater and your comfortable with your stick so i can tell your probably pretty good on a full sheet of ice (as you should be with a rink in your backyard!)

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ahh man to have a rink in my backyard would be awesome...i'd actually consider moving to Minnesota or or Michigan or somewhere up north to be able to have something like that.

Short vid but looks like your a good skater and your comfortable with your stick so i can tell your probably pretty good on a full sheet of ice (as you should be with a rink in your backyard!)
You're in Cali huh, maybe some mountain area in nortern Cali can support ice in the winter? I was thinking about starting a website for home made rinks and have people contribute and offer ice time to people where they live for pickup games and stuff. It would be cool if someone in a Cali mountain area had a frozen lake and you hooked up with them for a couple of roadtrips in the winter time from your warm climate.

Yeah a backyard rink is nice ... I'm 40 soon to be 41 too (I've slowed a little bit with age) and am 6ft 4 235lbs and kinda have a lumbering style of skating like a Lucic maybe or whatever. Not a pretty skater but I get the job done I guess.

I just lost 35lbs too so the video of me is 35 lbs heavier than I am now so I am a little quicker these days. In that video I am almost or about 270 lbs.

I like the videos posted above by VivianMB ... I need to get some game footage with the team I play with.


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im in southern cali and i live about 30min away from probably the best ski and snowboard spots here and its still gets way to warm in the winter. Sometimes, when we're having long cold spells it'll stay cool enough but those dont last very long.

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You're in Cali huh, maybe some mountain area in nortern Cali can support ice in the winter? I was thinking about starting a website for home made rinks and have people contribute and offer ice time to people where they live for pickup games and stuff. It would be cool if someone in a Cali mountain area had a frozen lake and you hooked up with them for a couple of roadtrips in the winter time from your warm climate.

Yeah a backyard rink is nice ... I'm 40 soon to be 41 too (I've slowed a little bit with age) and am 6ft 4 235lbs and kinda have a lumbering style of skating like a Lucic maybe or whatever. Not a pretty skater but I get the job done I guess.

I just lost 35lbs too so the video of me is 35 lbs heavier than I am now so I am a little quicker these days. In that video I am almost or about 270 lbs.

I like the videos posted above by VivianMB ... I need to get some game footage with the team I play with.
way to go Hockeyfan 68!i LIKE the rink. i will post my rink later.

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here's the one we had when we lived in connecticut(before filling it).

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and here's last years in winnipeg.(natural ice,no liner) we didn't do one this year because i discovered that i can bring the kids to the local park four blocks away that has THREE outdoor rinks. all their friends go there. so it was easier.

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here's the one we had when we lived in connecticut(before filling it).
Dude that rules it! I use a garden hose too, takes a long time though with that. I wish I had a fire hose on the hydrant on the street.

nice job ... that other picture with the kids playing is awesome.

I play at other outdoor rinks too a lot .... the home one is for practice and the others are for pickup games.

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thanks.
yeah i don't have the time anymore to tend to a rink . the one in connecticut was made with a liner. the one in winnipeg was ntural. ..much harder to maintain. thus we just go up the block now.

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This is just some footage of myself at various stick and pucks. Just fooling around hence the lack of equipment and relaxed atmosphere.

Started playing ice hockey when i was almost 18. Have been playing for almost 3 years and I'm still improving

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This is just some footage of myself at various stick and pucks. Just fooling around hence the lack of equipment and relaxed atmosphere.

Started playing ice hockey when i was almost 18. Have been playing for almost 3 years and I'm still improving
Hmmm you can't play anywhere here in Maine without a helmet. I thought it was odd to see someone playing without a helmet indoors.

Cool video in any case

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What was that, the Martin St.Louis backwards thingie? Looked okay to me .... I'm going to try that one on our goalie during the next warmups before a game.

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Hmmm you can't play anywhere here in Maine without a helmet. I thought it was odd to see someone playing without a helmet indoors.

Cool video in any case
Helmet? Hell you have to have pretty much full pads for stick n puck here, except maybe shoulder pads.

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