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04-01-2011, 11:12 PM
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RAYClovis
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Playing with hearing aid?

I know that Steve Downie plays with his off, but I'd rather to play with mine on. When I played in floor hockey I just cut off a small piece of foam from the helmet (Only on one side as I need just one ear) and left the ear covers on. Now that I'm learning to skate and planning to get into ice hockey, I wonder if this is still advisable or I'd better get a helmet with uncompromised padding? Has anyone else had experience with this?

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