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05-23-2010, 05:46 PM
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EZ Goal with Backstop

Anyone have this net and backstop combo? How is it so far? Would I be better off with a seperate net with some type of meshing behind to avoid the puck from going over the fence? Thanks!

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i have it, it definitely does its job.

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I have it. Awesome setup. I only picked it up because it was on sale but one of the most worthwhile purchases I've ever made. Folds up nice for storage and has worked great for 3 years+ with no problems other than occasionally having to re-tie the top net for tension. I'd buy another one in a heartbeat.

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What is this your talking about?

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http://www.ezgoal.net/ backstop/net combo

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I bought one of the Mylec nets and busted a bunch of holes in the net. I don't think the net can with stand a normal size hockey puck, but a roller hockey puck will work with this setup. I am also in the middle of trying to find a backstop that will stop the pucks from hitting a neighbors garage.

I found this that might be worth looking into.

http://www.sportsauthority.com/produ...LAID=152160676

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I bought one of the Mylec nets and busted a bunch of holes in the net. I don't think the net can with stand a normal size hockey puck, but a roller hockey puck will work with this setup. I am also in the middle of trying to find a backstop that will stop the pucks from hitting a neighbors garage.

I found this that might be worth looking into.

http://www.sportsauthority.com/produ...LAID=152160676
http://stores.ebay.com/FLORIDA-NETS_...QQ_vcZ1?_pgn=2

Order big if you get one. Needs slack. Pucks don't go thru.

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