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Play It Again Sports Winnipeg – New Jets Shipment!

Posted in Equipment Sales with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on February 17, 2012 by prostocknation

Play It Again Sports Winnipeg has just received a new shipment from the Winnipeg Jets.  Here’s your chance to pick up some pro quality gear!

Contact them directly at their NEW email address (playitagainwinnipeg@gmail.com) or call them at 204-256-1115.

If you are in the area you can find them at:

730 St. Anne’s Road, Suite U
Winnipeg, MB R2N 0A2

Their hours of operation are available on their website, www.playitagainsportswinnipeg.com

Click on the images below to enlarge them:

Be sure to share your purchases with us!

- M

 

New Thrashers Shipment – Play It Again Sports Winnipeg

Posted in Equipment Sales with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on November 8, 2011 by prostocknation

Play It Again Sports Winnipeg has received another shipment of used Atlanta Thrashers gear.

In this shipment are:

  • 80+ pairs of gloves
  • 20+ pairs of pants
  • 180+ sticks (including Bauer APX and Easton Stealth RS!)
  • Protective (shins, elbows)
  • Skates
  • Goalie equipment

Check out some of the photos!

Please contact Greg from Play It Again Sports Winnipeg at playitagain@mymts.net should you have any questions about the gear/pricing or if you want to place an order.  Be sure to tell them -M from ProStockNation.com sent you!

Below is what they received.  Please note that stock is moving quickly so these numbers are always changing!

- M

Condition: 1 = Little wear; 2 = Average wear; 3 = Heavy wear

Gloves Make Model Player Size Condition
Bauer Supreme 4-roll Meyer Thrashers 14″ 3
Bauer Supreme 4-roll Wheeler Boston 14″ 2
Bauer Supreme 4-roll Stuart Boston 14″ 2
Bauer Supreme 4-roll Wheeler Thrashers 14″ 1
Bauer Supreme 4-roll Stewart Thrashers 15″ 2
Bauer Total one Stock Thrashers 15″ 1
Bauer Total one Stock Thrashers 15″ 1
Bauer vap XXXX Ferrerio San Jose 14″ 1
Bauer vap XXXX Peverley Thrashers 14″ 2
Bauer vap XXXX Peverley Thrashers 14″ 2
Bauer vap XXXX Bogosian Thrashers 15″ 2
Bauer vap XXXX Kane Thrashers 14″ 2
Bauer vap XXXX Kane Thrashers 14″ 2
Bauer vap XXXX Kane Thrashers 14″ 2
Bauer X:60 Stock Thrashers 14″ 2
Bauer X:60 Klingberg Thrashers 14″ 1
Bauer X:60 Peverley Thrashers 14″ 2
Bauer X:60 Peverley Thrashers 14″ 1
Bauer X:60 Kane Thrashers 15″ 2
Bauer X:60 Kane Thrashers 15″ 2
Bauer X:60 Kane Thrashers 15″ 2
Bauer X:60 Kane Thrashers 15″ 2
CCM 4-roll Byfuglien Thrashers 14″ 2
CCM 4-roll Byfuglien Thrashers 14″ 2
CCM 4-roll Byfuglien Thrashers 14″ 2
Easton 4-roll Antropov Thrashers 14″ 1
Easton 4-roll Stock Thrashers 14″ 2
Easton 4-roll Boulton Thrashers 14″ 2
Easton 4-roll Boulton Thrashers 14″ 2
Easton 4-roll Boulton Thrashers 14″ 2
Easton 4-roll Boulton Thrashers 14″ 2
Easton 4-roll Thorburn Thrashers 14″ 2
Easton 4-roll Burmistrov Thrashers 14″ 3
Easton 4-roll Burmistrov Thrashers 14″ 3
Easton 4-roll Burmistrov Thrashers 14″ 3
Easton 4-roll Ladd Thrashers 14″ 2
Easton 4-roll Ladd Thrashers 14″ 2
Easton 4-roll Ladd Thrashers 14″ 2
Easton 4-roll Ladd Thrashers 14″ 2
Easton 4-roll Ladd Thrashers 14″ 2
Easton 4-roll Ladd Thrashers 14″ 2
Easton 4-roll Bogosian Thrashers 15″ 2
Easton 4-roll Bogosian Thrashers 15″ 2
Easton 4-roll Little Thrashers 14″ 2
Easton 4-roll Little Thrashers 14″ 2
Easton 4-roll Little Thrashers 14″ 3
Easton 4-roll Little Thrashers 14″ 3
Reebok 852 Slater Thrashers 14″ 2
Reebok 852 Leather Thrashers 15″ 1
Reebok 852 Stock Thrashers 14″ 1
Reebok 852 Stock Thrashers 14″ 1
Reebok 852 Stock Thrashers 14″ 2
Reebok 11k Antropov Thrashers 14″ 2
Reebok 852 Leather Stock Thrashers 15″ 2
Reebok 852 Leather Stock Thrashers 15″ 3
Reebok 852 Leather Holik Thrashers 15″ 2
Reebok 9K Antropov Thrashers 14″ 2
Reebok 9K Antropov Thrashers 14″ 2
Reebok 9K Stock Thrashers 14″ 1
Reebok 9K Modin Thrashers 14″ 1
Reebok Pro Stock Thrashers 14″ 1
Torspo 4-roll Byfuglien Thrashers 14″ 1
TPS 4-roll Little Thrashers 14″ 2
Warrior AK27 Enstrom Thrashers 14″ 2
Warrior AK27 Enstrom Thrashers 14″ 1
Warrior Franchise Schremp Thrashers 14″ 2
Warrior Franchise Sopel Thrashers 14″ 1
Warrior Franchise Sopel Thrashers 14″ 2
Warrior Franchise Sopel Thrashers 14″ 2
Warrior Franchise Sopel Thrashers 14″ 2
Warrior Franchise Stock Thrashers 14″ 2
Warrior Franchise Stock Thrashers 14″ 2
Warrior Franchise Stock Thrashers 14″ 2
Warrior Franchise Stock Thrashers 14″ 2
Warrior Franchise Stock Thrashers 14″ 2
Warrior Franchise Hainsey Thrashers 15″ 2
Warrior Franchise Hainsey Thrashers 15″ 2
Warrior Franchise Reasoner Thrashers 14″ 2
Warrior Franchise Thorburn Thrashers 14″ 1
Warrior Franchise Oduya Thrashers 14″ 2
Warrior Franchise Oduya Thrashers 14″ 1
Pants Make Model Player Size Condition
Bauer Supreme Stock San Jose M 1
Bauer Total one Stock Thrashers XL 1
Bauer X:60 Kane Thrashers 3
CCM 520 Stock Thrashers L 3
Easton Stock Stock Thrashers 54 2
Easton Stock Stock Thrashers 54 3
Easton Stock Stock Thrashers 54 2
Reebok 520 Stock Thrashers L 2
Reebok 520 Stock Thrashers M 3
Reebok 520 Stock Black L 3
Reebok 520 Stock Thrashers M 3
Reebok 520 Stock Thrashers XL + 2 2
Reebok 520 Stock Thrashers XL 2
Reebok 520 Stock Thrashers L 3
Reebok 520 Stock Thrashers M 2
Reebok 520 Stock Thrashers L 2
Reebok 520 Stock Thrashers L 3
Reebok Goal Stock Black XL 2
Reebok Goal Stock Black XL 3
Vaughn Velocity Stock Thrashers XL 3
Vaughn Velocity Stock Thrashers XL 2
Vaughn Velocity Stock Thrashers XL 2
Warrior Hustler Stock Thrashers M 2
Warrior Hustler Sopel Thrashers XL 3
Shoulder Pads Make Model Size Conditon Price
Bauer 5000 XL 2
Jofa 8800 L 3
Reebok 6K XL 2
Bauer 2000 L 2
Jofa 8700 L 2
Jofa ? ? 3
Jofa 8800 XL 2
Jofa 8700 XL 3
Bauer Vapor 4 L 3
Elbow Pads Reebok 7K 5 2
Reebok 7K 5 2
Reebok 7K 5 3
Reebok 7K 5 2
Reebok 7K 6 2
Shin Pads Reebok 8K 15″ 1
Reebok 8K 15″ 1
Reebok 7K 16″ 2
Goal Arm & Chest Vaughn V2 7000 ? 2
Reebok Pulse Pro ? 2
Reebok Pulse Pro ? 2
Reebok P2 ? 1
Goal Pads Vaughn V3 7500 Pavelec 3
Vaughn V3 7500 Pavelec 1
Skates CCM U+ McArdle 1
Bauer X:60 Hodgson 3
Bauer X:60 Stock 9 D 3
Bauer X:60 Ramsey 3
Reebok 11K Antropov 10 D 2
Reebok 11K Antropov 10 D 2
CCM U+ Goal Weiman NEW
MLX MLX Byfuglien NEW
MLX MLX Cormier NEW
Bauer X:60 Scheifele 3
Catcher vaughn Velocity Pavelec 1
vaughn Velocity Pavelec 1
vaughn Velocity Pavelec 3
Blocker vaughn epic pavelec 3
Pattern Make Model Flex Hand Quantity
Oduya Warrior Widow ? LH 1
Oduya Warrior AK27 ? LH 7
Kane Bauer Total one 87 LH 4
Rosa Reebok 11K 85 LH 12
Antropov Easton RS ? LH 17
Sakic Easton EQ50 100 LH 10
Little Easton S19 ? RH 1
Stuart (Drury) Easton EQ50 110 LH 24
Pavelec Combat Goal - LH 3
Enstrom Warrior Dolomite Spyne ? LH 2
Enstrom Warrior Widow ? LH 1
Slater Easton EQ50 85 LH 4
Wheeler Warrior Widow ? RH 5
Fehr Warrior Diablo 85 RH 1
Fehr Warrior Widow 85 RH 1
Fehr Bauer Apex 87 RH 1
Bogosian Bauer X60 102 RH 7
Bogosian Combat 52 Cal 100 RH 2
SK-11 (Sakic) CCM U+ 75 RH 14
Oberg CCM U+ 85 LH 2
H11 (Sakic) Reebok 10K 110 LH 3
H11 (Sakic) Reebok 11K 110 LH 1
H11 (Sakic) Reebok 11K 100 RH 5
H15 (Drury) Reebok 11K 100 RH 8
H15 (Drury) Reebok 11K 100 LH 7
YZ-50 (Yzerman) Reebok 10K 110 RH 17
H11 (Sakic) Reebok AI9 85 RH 1
H11 (Sakic) Reebok 9K 85 RH 1
Stewart Easton S19 ? RH 14
Lundin Bauer Total one 95 RH 1
Kane Easton RS 85 LH 2
Burmistrov Warrior Widow 85 LH 3
Burmistrov Bauer Total one 87 LH 1

Long-Term Review: Bauer Supreme Total ONE Skate

Posted in Equipment Reviews, Pro Stock with tags , , , , , , on July 30, 2011 by prostocknation

It’s hard to imagine a decade ago top end skates were made with nylon toe caps and synthetic leather materials.  I remember trying to squeeze my foot into a Bauer Supreme 7000 but the fit of the skate just wasn’t for me.

Fast forward 10 years later I have decided to give the Supreme line another chance.  Plastic anatomical toe caps and a composite quarter have replaced the outdated nylon and synthetic leather.  In the previous pairs of skates I’ve owned I found the baking process helped reduce the break-in time of the boot but rarely did it change the fit significantly.  My right foot felt fine right off the bat but my left didn’t.  After baking the Total ONE I noticed a huge difference and the material conformed around my foot.  I have a bone that protrudes slightly out on the left foot just above the arch and it was painful just putting the skates on fresh out of the box.  After a quick punch of the trouble area the skates fit perfect.  It wraps around my foot snugly and it is the best fitting boot I have ever worn.

My skates are built close to retail specifications except I do not have the hydrophobic liner and I have LS3 steel installed instead of the lighter LS Fusion.  Don’t let that concern you because this skate is still very lightweight.  I threw one of these 7.5D boots onto our scale and it weighed in at 727g.  I have the hydrophobic liner in my ONE95 Goalie Skates and I don’t like the feel of it.

Composite materials can be found all over this skate.  Also notice the white felt on the inside of the tongue!  More on the tongue shortly.

Even the bottom of the footbeds have Bauer’s ALIVE Composite material which is very moldable and responsive.

Where the Total ONE really differentiates itself from the previous generation, the Supreme ONE95, is the Reflex Tongue.  These skates meant to be worn tongues in to take full advantage of the interchangeable inserts which come in 3 different flexes, Mid, Stiff, and X-Stiff.  I am currently skating in the Mid flex and it’s the one I prefer of the three.

Some may think this tongue looks very gimmicky but it’s really the exact opposite.  Non-believers should try it out first before making a final judgement.  I find where the composite inserts help me the most is in the initial couple of strides.  I feel I get an extra bit of jump and it makes me a tad quicker compared to other skates.  You can customize these to a stiffness of your liking and together with the tendon guard they work together to help your stride.  Watch this clip on Bauer’s “Sling Shot Theory.”

The Total Edge Comfort is basically a piece of synthetic leather sewn right above the ankles to prevent the boot from digging into your leg especially during the break-in process.  Many pros have had this option for years but now these will be standard on Bauer’s top end boots.

In the past year that I’ve worn this skate, it has been very responsive and durable.  The thing about using a stiff boot compared to a softer, lower-end boot is the extra support you get.  You’ll never be able to revert back to using a softer boot because it will feel like mush; much like those old plastic Microns you could rent at your local rink to go ice skating.

The only issues I’ve had with the skates so far include the stitching fraying and ripping in high-wear areas (such as near the toe cap, as pictured) and what looks to be the outsole separately from the boot.  I’m told this is only cosmetic and not anything structural.  I will check back at a later date to see how they hold up.  I have also swapped out the stock Bauer laces for a pair of Elite Pro with the molded tip.  These are by-far my favorite laces but I will talk about those another day.

If these skates fit your foot type and your pocketbook can afford it, I highly recommend considering the Total ONE your next pair of skates.

Pros:

  • Aesthetically pleasing
  • Lightweight, responsive
  • Conforms to the shape of your foot very well after baking
  •  Innovative interchangeable tongues

Cons:

  • Price ($850 + tax in Canada)
  • Stitching easily frays
  • Cosmetic separation of outsole and boot

 

- M

REVIEW: Bauer TOTAL ONE Gloves Part 2

Posted in Equipment Reviews, Pro Stock with tags , , , on February 22, 2011 by prostocknation

As our readers may have already seen, we did a review of the Total Ones previously. Our first review talked about the technical aspects of the glove, but now I finally got to use them in game for the first time.

 

I am a fan of anatomical fit gloves, so right off the bat these felt great on my hands. Until now, my favourite glove had been the Bauer Vapor XXX, which interestingly enough fit exactly the same way throughout the fingers and palm as the new Total Ones. The only difference I noticed between the two (aside from styling) is the Total Ones have a much narrower wrist/cuff region. Seeing as these two are so similar in design it’s not surprising that I took to the new Total Ones so quickly.

 

The gloves impressed me in a few important areas. Firstly, they stayed very dry compared to gloves with thicker Nash palms. The Nubuck did absorb some sweat and water, but for the most part stayed comfortable. Take into account I played approximately 25 minutes with a short bench, so that might be more minutes than normal. The second feature I really enjoyed was the nylon mesh gussets. While the holes are not as large as the mesh gussets found on Easton and Warrior gloves, they still provide a lot of ventilation that keep your hands cool and dry as well as add flexibility for your fingertips.

 

After the game, I dried my gloves at home the way I normally do; elevated and in front of an oscillating fan. They went from wet, to bone dry in about an hour. After they were dry I put them on again to test out if the palms remained supple or if they started to get crusty as so often happens with standard Nash palms. The Nubuck stayed much softer than I expected, and even trying them on again the next day they hadn’t shown any sign of hardening.

 

The only downside I noticed to the gloves after their first use was the Gecko Nash overlay on the palms. The overlay section seemed stiffer and more susceptible to piling, even after a short period of use. That being said, it’s a very minor issue to what I would certainly describe as my new favourite glove. The combination of the old style Vapor XXX fit, and the updated gussets and cuff should make it a sure fire hit with any fans of the XXX line, as well as players who enjoyed the One95.

 

As a footnote, I did this review by drawing comparisons to the Bauer Vapor X:60, Bauer Vapor XXX, and Easton E-Pro as these are the gloves I have been cycling through in my games.

 

- E

Total One Graphics Update

Posted in Gear Sightings with tags , , , , on January 30, 2011 by prostocknation

After watching the NHL All Star Skills Competition I noticed the ever increasing amount of players using the Total One stick. And then I noticed something unique about those very Total Ones. Every player using one has the standard yellow graphics package adorning their stick. That is, except for Eric Staal.

He can be seen above congratulating Michael Grabner after his victory in the fastest skater competition. I took a further look into previous photos of Eric Staal to see if this was a special one time all star stick, or if it had been issued earlier. The following are two photos of Staal. One in a game against the New York Islanders, and the second against the Atlanta Thrashers. The game in Atlanta took place on December 16th 2010, proving that the stick is not a one game special.

This begs the question. Will Bauer start introducing the Total One in multiple color packages for NHL teams, and will this filter down to the retail version? I am inclined to believe they will, as this is exactly how the original Bauer One95 stick progressed. It debuted in one standard graphic package before getting several makeovers in a wide range of colors. Bauer has certain established it’s iconic image with the yellow Total One, helping build it’s customer recognition, it would be a great time for them to introduce more options for both pro stock and retail models.

All images are property of Getty Images and their rightful owners. No copyright infringement is intended.

- E

REVIEW: Bauer Supreme TOTAL ONE Gloves

Posted in Equipment Reviews, Leaks, Pro Stock with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on January 23, 2011 by prostocknation

Here’s our much anticipated review of the Bauer TOTAL ONE Gloves.  We haven’t seen anybody else on the internet reviewing, or even grab a hold of, these babies so correct me if I’m wrong… this is the FIRST written review of the Bauer TOTAL ONE Glove, ever.

We’ll work our way starting with the outer construction of the glove and moving inwards.

These are Bauer’s offering for players who want an anatomically fitting glove.  Contrary to traditional-style construction, anatomical gloves are built much like your hand instead of having rolls along the back of the hand.  You will find more, smaller blocks of foam on a glove like this.

The shell is made of a lightweight nylon with synthetic leather towards the pinky and key wear areas like between the thumb and index finger for added durability.  My fingers don’t feel as restricted compared to the last two generations of Supremes when I open up my hand but these don’t go as far to the same extent as the Vapor XXXX Pro.  Personally I’d also prefer a full nylon glove but the Supremes have had a mixture of the two materials ever since the introduction of the Supreme ONE90.

For added protection against impacts Bauer will also include a layer of impact gel and poron foam in key areas (no they haven’t forgot the plastic inserts everyone loves, those are still here as well.)  On the retail versions of this glove it will have a MAX-Sorb graphic on where you see this yellow ‘jewel’ below.  The pro stock versions will be sans graphics or even the entire ‘jewel’ altogether (see our previous post on Alex Edler’s gloves.)

Now onto the palms.  This isn’t the first time we’ve seen a palm with an overlay of a different material but it is a first for nubuck and gecko nash together.  For those unfamiliar with nubuck, think of Timberland boots.  As for gecko nash, this term is probably foreign to everybody, even for us.  It’s a thin and soft, something we’d compare to a digital palm (although not AS thin.)

Piling is a bit of a problem on the nubuck and the gecko nash isn’t too durable since it is a performance material after all but Bauer has definitely come a long way ever since the more futuristic looking palms on previous generations of Supremes.

Thermo Max+ liner on the inside, the same one you’d find on Bauer’s other top end offering, the Vapor X:60 Pro.  It’s antibacterial and it wicks away moisture, what more could you ask for?  It’s pretty standard across the different brands to include a liner similar to this nowadays.  I don’t find there to be too much of a difference with moisture-wicking vs. conventional liners when you’re on the ice playing but where it’s more noticeable is if you are playing in a warmer environment (think Roller Hockey) and when drying your equipment.  If you are on the ice every or every other day I don’t know how you can live without this feature (other than owning multiple pairs of gloves of course.)

Would we recommend these gloves?  Bauer has certainly fixed the fit problem (the older Supremes used to rub against my knuckles all the time) and the palms are much simpler but these just aren’t the gloves for me.  These have improved so much since the previous generations but I just can’t picture myself picking these up over Vapors unless I want a REALLY tight fitting glove.  One of the major deal breakers for me is there is no full nylon or full synthetic leather version of this glove like there is with the Vapor.  I’ve been really impressed with the current Supreme line so far (the sticks and skates I’m using right now are Total ONEs) but these gloves haven’t hit the same home run with me.

I would’ve offered digital palms like the retail X:60 because if I am spending this type of money on a top of the line glove, performance would be higher on my priority list than durability.  I believe the nubuck palms are also what’s holding this glove back a bit.  It would be interesting to see if other manufacturers jump on the nubuck bandwagon or if Bauer even continues to use this material in future models but I’ll happily stick with my MSH2, Nash or Digital.

- M

Bauer Total ONE Gloves!

Posted in Equipment Reviews with tags , , , , on January 7, 2011 by prostocknation

We got our hands on a pair but what do we think of them?  I absolutely hated the Supreme ONE90 and ONE95 so will this one be any different?  I’m currently using the Total ONE skates and stick so will I go all decked out in this new line?

Here’s a little teaser for our review next week:

There are currently no reviews on this glove anywhere on the internet yet so ProStockNation.com will be the first to do so.

 

- M

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