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09-22-2006, 04:13 PM
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Don't wear one.

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I dont wear one but im pretty sure that our coaches would like us to.

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I dont wear one but im pretty sure that our coaches would like us to.

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I'm the same way when it comes to my face cage. All it took was my face meeting the boards to put one on. Now I don't dare take it off.
For women's hockey you need to wear a cage, but I went out to a scrimmage and only had my helmet (my cage was getting replaced) so I decided to go out and play anyway.

I felt like I was a lot softer on the puck because I was always trying to watch out for errant sticks. Now its full cage or dont go.

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I dont wear one but im pretty sure that our coaches would like us to.
Once you find a good one they're worth it. The Hemsky-esque scars I have on my neck are proof.

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i wear one because i want to and because i have to.
mine is more of a skimpy one though as i like to have good neck mobility.

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I think Itech has a shirt with built in neckguard. Have like kevlar fibers on the collar...
My son switched to that kind of shirt and he loves it.

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none for me, too restrictive.

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