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05-28-2010, 02:29 AM
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Taking a trip to montreal

hi guys, im going on a family trip to montreal, does anyone know of any good hockey equipment/gear stores there with decent prices. A few months back i spoke to a guy who bought 9k ice skates while also on a trip in montreal, he said he went to some HUGE hockey store, and he got a really great deal on the skates, he didn't remember what it was called or the address, if anyone knows of any, please let me know, thanks so much, i appreciate any help

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You aint from around theses parts are you eh.

this might be it
http://www.prohockeylife.com/eng/sto...&var=d&ckey=CA

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Sports Rousseau is quite big, and the deals are ok. Most of the stores I go to here are smaller, the guys are better to deal with, and they really take pride in their repairs and sharpenings, so their skills are top notch.

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it was probably Sports Rousseau but Hockey Experts is quite good too

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thanks so much for the tips guys, i google Sports Rousseau, there's two, one in laval and the other in montreal, which one is better? basically what id like to get is a one piece composite for my younger brother (80-100 price range), probably a junior size, he's still 13, other than that i have all the gear i need for now, unless they have some crazy crazy deal on something, i really only need the stick

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The one in Montreal on Papineau street is really small. The one in Laval is much bigger.

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