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02-25-2014, 04:33 PM
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Came across some goalie equipment

Hey guys, so I was helping my friends aunt move recently after her divorce and I ended up being able to keep a few things that caught my eye. Obviously being a hockey fan I took the sticks, skates, and the hockey bag right away. I got home later that night and opened up the bag and ended up seeing a couple interesting things.

My question is, are they still any good?

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http://imageshack.com/a/img838/2120/7sdt.jpg
http://imageshack.com/a/img703/9317/d6ec.jpg

Glove&Blocker
http://imageshack.com/a/img838/7127/agam.jpg
http://imageshack.com/a/img839/4849/3f4o.jpg

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Hey guys, so I was helping my friends aunt move recently after her divorce and I ended up being able to keep a few things that caught my eye. Obviously being a hockey fan I took the sticks, skates, and the hockey bag right away. I got home later that night and opened up the bag and ended up seeing a couple interesting things.

My question is, are they still any good?

Pads
http://imageshack.com/a/img838/2120/7sdt.jpg
http://imageshack.com/a/img703/9317/d6ec.jpg

Glove&Blocker
http://imageshack.com/a/img838/7127/agam.jpg
http://imageshack.com/a/img839/4849/3f4o.jpg
Those gloves are a bit outdated... I wouldn't try to stop a slapper with one of those. The leg pads should do the job though.

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Those gloves are a bit outdated... I wouldn't try to stop a slapper with one of those. The leg pads should do the job though.
hahahahaha, no way, gotta try the glove and blocker buddy!

I'm just wondering if any goalies in a local league or so would possibly have some interest in the pads if they were ice hockey worthy still. The blocker and trapper; more of an interest object to look at

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the gloves belongs on the wall. and the pads in a dumpster

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hahahahaha, no way, gotta try the glove and blocker buddy!

I'm just wondering if any goalies in a local league or so would possibly have some interest in the pads if they were ice hockey worthy still. The blocker and trapper; more of an interest object to look at
I'd rather have those pads then the ones I started with earlier this year, and I paid $50-75 for the ones I had.
They look like they would be fine.

That blocker looks like a broken hand, the glove might only hurt real bad?

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the gloves belongs on the wall. and the pads in a dumpster
I laughed.

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I'd keep the gloves as some kinda memorabilia. Try to get an NHL guy to sign it maybe.

The pads...if you can find someone over the age of 50 who plays goalie and doesn't followed the butterfly technique these pads should be okay. The younger generation won't go for them as A) They are ugly as sin, B) They wouldn't be worth much in terms of trying to execute a good butterfly

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I'd say indoor ball hockey for the pads. Though they would be quite heavy and not made for butterfly movements would need stand-up/hybrid style which tends to work better in ball hockey.

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