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05-23-2007, 05:06 PM
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Updated Hockey Equipment Store List

I updated the equipment store list to include where the locations are. This makes a big difference in terms of shipping time. Obviously a place in New York will ship to New York in a couple days whereas a place in Califorina can take a week to ship to New York. So I thought I'd put together this nice list for everyone. I used the sites from the original sticky plus I added a couple others I know. BTW, multi-location stores will be listed for each state they are in.

EAST

ATLANTIC
New Jersey
http://oceanhockey.com/

New York
http://store.brooklynitehockey.com/ (sticks & gloves)
http://cheapjims.com/
http://greatskate.com/
http://Hockey2.com/
http://hockeyworld.com/
http://kempshockey.com/
http://onestophockeyshop.com/

Pennsylvania
http://hockeyworld.com/


NORTHEAST
Connecticut
http://hockey1.com/
http://hockeygear.com/

Massachusetts
http://prohockeyequipment.com/
http://purehockey.com/ (no online store)

New Hampshire
http://noicingsports.com/ (seem to specialize more in skates & repair)
http://hockey.philbricks.net/
http://purehockey.com/ (no online store)

Ontario
http://hockeylife.com/
http://hockeyworld.com/

Quebec
http://sportsrousseau.com/

Rhode Island
http://purehockey.com/ (no online store)




WEST

CENTRAL
Kentucky
http://fogdog.com/

Michigan
http://247hockey.com/
http://hockeydeals.com/ (owned by Summit online)
http://hockeyworld.com/
http://summitonline.com/

Missouri
***http://totalhockey.net/

Ohio
http://hockeystopohio.com/
http://hockeyworld.com/

NORTHWEST
British Colombia
http://cyclonetaylor.com/
http://myhockeystore.com/
http://thehockeyshop.com/


PACIFIC
California
http://bestbuyhockey.com/
http://discounthockey.com/
http://eastwesthockey.com/
http://epuck.com/ (owned by Hockey Giant now)
http://hockeydogs.com/
http://hockeygiant.com/
http://hockeymonkey.com/
http://hockeyone.com/
http://hockeyoutlet.com/
http://icewarehouse.com/
http://inlinewarehouse.com/

Texas
http://hockeyworld.com/


*** - See comment in replies below



If anyone has any more more feel free to add, and I'll put them in the proper spot.

Please NOTE: I haven't bought stuff from all of these sites. The best we can do is assume they are all good and legitimate. If anyone orders from a site and has problems, please post so we can update the list to ensure others do not order from the site anymore.


If you're curious as to how long it will take for an order to ship to your house.
Go to the following link and put your zipcode. Obviously processing time will add to the amount of time it takes to ship, but you usually get a confirmation when shipping actually takes place.
http://www.ups.com/maps?loc=en_US&WT.svl=SubNav


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Think hockeydeals is associated with Summit Sports...or SummitOnline.

Hockey2.com is in New York. Another Ohio shop is hockeystopohio.com. Totalhockey.net is in St Louis I wanna say...or Illinois. Think might be multiple locations. Add in eastwesthockey.com for Cali. Purehockey.com is in Massachusetts, but they're website is like barebones, but I hear great things from phone orders. Then there's a couple, like cheapjims.com (good for custom gloves) and hockey.philbricks.net where idk are located. I wanna say east coast and Michigan maybe?


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www.inlinewarehouse.com

www.iceprossports.com

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http://www.hockeydeals.com/
is a division of SummitOnline, but I'll add it anyway. Not sure if there are any differences.

TotalHockey is in Missouri

inlinewarehouse is the same thing as icewarehouse, but I'll add it since it's a different division

Purehockey is actually in Mass, Rhode Island, and New Hampshire

cheapjims is in Western New York apparently

Philbrinks is in New Hampshire


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Added in a few more sites

Decided to order it by NHL divisions for fun, I just threw NY as Atlantic because it would be too much of a pain to see what's in western & what's in eastern NY.


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Totalhockey.net: Negative Feedback

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Previously I had ordered from totalhockey.net and recieved my order pretty fast and it was correct, they seemed nice and polite. As of a couple weeks ago I had nothing bad to say about them... Well about two weeks ago, I ordered some one90 shin guards and a half shield from them because HG and HM were the only other places I could find them in my size and find the half shield I wanted. Well I called to confirm that they had it in stock, they did not. The guy I talked to told me that they had the one50 shin guard and that I could buy those. I told him I didn't want the one50s and he "explained" to me that they were basically the same but different color. I told him that they were not and a few certain features that I wanted were only on the one90 shins, he told me I was wrong. Basically, he just wanted to make a sale. He didn't care whether I got something that I wanted or not, whether I was happy or not AND outright called me a liar. I canceled my order and he sighed and said "if you want." I just hung up.

My main want from the shin pads(besides the tight fit and tapered lower portion) was the honeycomb type protection(more breathable) and the nike grip print liner. Both of which he told me was on the one50... This is false, I believe the honeycomb type padding is available only on the one70(only on the calf wrap) and one90 and the grip print liner is only on the one90. I recently went online and confirmed that I was correct, I just sent an email to totalhockey and I will update you as to what they say.

I just wanted to inform you about negative dealings with a popular online retail store so that someone that is less informed as I am doesn't get duped by this sales tactic.


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Oughta stick some +1 or -1 to the list to make it a bit easier?

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Oughta stick some +1 or -1 to the list to make it a bit easier?
What do you mean?

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Like if someone gives the place a good review, then +1 next to their name...a bad experience -1. Just like a small review so ppl know what they might expect. So it'd be like HockeyMonkey...+3, -1 (see comments below) or something like that. Don't wanna get too technical but it'd help if ppl come on and ask, anyone ever buy from Monkey? Just an idea....

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Well I figured out why Hockey Giant essentially sticks it to you with their shipping charges....I ordered like 5 items and it comes in three seperate packages. Talk about inefficiency.

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Well I figured out why Hockey Giant essentially sticks it to you with their shipping charges....I ordered like 5 items and it comes in three seperate packages. Talk about inefficiency.

Yeah same here i just got 4 of us together and we had 150 worth of stuff so it was free.

One of the packeages came on Monday, then the next one came on Thrusday, then the next one on friday.

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There is also http://www.sportsrousseau.com which is based in Montreal, Quebec. Th website is in french and english. You could also use http://ww.hockeylife.com which is going to be the URL for their new project, Pro Hockey Life, which will be opening stores in Toronto in August, and Ottawa in November. They ship internationally.

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Anybody know of any European stores that would sell Swiss Graf's online?
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I have been looking for some hockey apparel but cant find any Itech T-shirts/hoodies... Anyone know if they are even available.

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I have been looking for some hockey apparel but cant find any Itech T-shirts/hoodies... Anyone know if they are even available.
http://www.hockeymonkey.com/hockey-s...ts-fleece.html

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hockey.lax.com is out of the hockey buisness. And epuck is now owned by hockeygiant.

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I can't edit this post anymore, otherwise I'd update it . Although It sucks that epuck got bought out. They were my favorite site, now their site is garbage.

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I live near the original hockey2.com store!

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I can't edit this post anymore, otherwise I'd update it . Although It sucks that epuck got bought out. They were my favorite site, now their site is garbage.
So that's what happened to EPcuk. I've been wondering why they went way downhill over the last few months. I think they should can all the Hockey Giant folks and replace them with the EPcuk folks.

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really? I just placed an order from Hockey Giant.. the prices were great.. even cheaper in a couple cases and the order was shipped fast and well packaged.. The website could of been designed a little better.. other then that I had no problem

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Hockey Giant itself is a pretty good site. However, I loved epuck's site before. It had a great design, with reviews for every product and a lot of extras. Hockey Giant practically stripped it to nothing. Unless they change the site back to what it was I won't be shopping at Epuck anymore and probably not hockey giant either.


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Some more Canadian sites would be helpful. Some brands aren't allowed to be shipped across the border from some american sites.

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This was my first issue with totalhockey.
Previously I had ordered from totalhockey.net and recieved my order pretty fast and it was correct, they seemed nice and polite. As of a couple weeks ago I had nothing bad to say about them... Well about two weeks ago, I ordered some one90 shin guards and a half shield from them because HG and HM were the only other places I could find them in my size and find the half shield I wanted. Well I called to confirm that they had it in stock, they did not. The guy I talked to told me that they had the one50 shin guard and that I could buy those. I told him I didn't want the one50s and he "explained" to me that they were basically the same but different color. I told him that they were not and a few certain features that I wanted were only on the one90 shins, he told me I was wrong. Basically, he just wanted to make a sale. He didn't care whether I got something that I wanted or not, whether I was happy or not AND outright called me a liar. I canceled my order and he sighed and said "if you want." I just hung up.

My main want from the shin pads(besides the tight fit and tapered lower portion) was the honeycomb type protection(more breathable) and the nike grip print liner. Both of which he told me was on the one50... This is false, I believe the honeycomb type padding is available only on the one70(only on the calf wrap) and one90 and the grip print liner is only on the one90. I recently went online and confirmed that I was correct, I just sent an email to totalhockey and I will update you as to what they say.

I just wanted to inform you about negative dealings with a popular online retail store so that someone that is less informed as I am doesn't get duped by this sales tactic.

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Fast foward... There was a good deal so I went ahead and gave them another shot... bad idea.
Apparently, they were getting a shipment of this particular skate from another store and "all that showed up was a 6 and a 13." This is the 3rd different story I've heard from them in less than 24 hours. Each time I was told to call back and the first time I was promised that they were "in the process of pulling the skate, you(I) should get an email within the hour." Sounds to me like a mix between bad customer service and/or bait and switch. Either way, if you want what you order, don't waste your time with total hockey.

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I need to find canadian hockey suppliers(hockey skates). Can someone help me with this information?
I'm interested in real distributor company, not online store...

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