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Play It Again Sports Winnipeg – End of Season Pro Stock Sale (Sticks, Skates)

Posted in Equipment Sales with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on May 9, 2012 by prostocknation

With the Winnipeg Jets inaugural season done, the remaining equipment is now available for sale through Play It Again Sports Winnipeg.

The list below lists some of what they have available during their pro stock stick sale.  If you’re not in the Winnipeg area you can contact them by phone (204 256 1115) or email (playitagainwinnipeg@gmail.com) with any questions you may have or to place an order.

STEALTH RS ANTROPOV, WHEELER, LADD:$149
S19 THORBURN, PETTERSON, BERGFORS: $99
EQ50 STUART: $99
AK27 MODIN, ODUYA: $99
DOLOMITE MODIN, MEYER IV: $99
WIDOW ENSTROM, STUART, ODUYA: $119
10K ANTROPOV, BLANK: $79
11K DESBIENS, SEABROOK, ROSA, MAXWELL, BLANK: $119
9K PARENT: $89
Ai9 ANTROPOV, BLANK : $149
X60 BOGOSIAN: $119
TOTAL ONE JONES, BODIE: $149
U+ CL ORESKOVICH, PARENT, BLANK: $99
DIABLO FEHR: $119

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Greg also sent us an inventory list of their most recent equipment drop of sticks, skates and a little bit of goal.  Pants, gloves, helmets and other protective are expected to arrive after development camp in July.

(Click on the image below to enlarge)

Please note this is NOT a complete list of their inventory, just their pro stock sticks and their latest drop.  If you are looking for anything else please contact Greg from PIAS Winnipeg directly.  Be sure to share your pick ups with us!

– M

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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

 

ProStockNation.com Venturing Out To Goal Equipment

Posted in Goaltending with tags , , , , , , , , on December 13, 2010 by prostocknation

Finally we’ve secured the funds to buy some goalie equipment and give the position a try.  The only other time I’ve strapped on the pads was back in Bantam for a scrimmage.  ProStockNation.com will serve as a mini-blog to document my transition from player to goaltender.

When it comes to equipment, when Pro Stock is not available we still like to buy Canadian-made goods because the quality and craftsmanship is top notch; not to mention we enjoy supporting our local shops and manufacturers.

I’ve still got a long way to go to complete my entire set of goalie gear but here’s the list so far:

I purchased the Brian’s DX2 Pro Blocker and DX5 Catcher with a Hackva 2608 Mask on order right now.  2/3 of the items are made in Canada which made it even more appealing to buy.

What made the Brian’s set attractive was the fit and weight.  Since Brian’s uses nothing but foams instead of plastic in their products, the end result is amazingly lightweight.  The palm and gussets of the blocker are made with a mesh material for ultimate breathability and reinforced with a clarino overlay for durability.

The catcher is nothing spectacular as it is an entry level model made off-shore (in Thailand specifically) so we’re not going to bother to show it just yet.

The Hackva 2608 is currently on order and we will feature it as soon as it comes in.  I decided to go with the Hackva because simply there was no better mask in the $400 range.  They are the only company, not just in goalie equipment but for hockey in general, to offer a lifetime warranty on their product.  The 2608 is hand assembled in Canada with with Kevlar, Fibreglass and a touch of Carbon.

What initially got me interested in this mask were the amount of positive reviews and recommendations online.  I drove down to my local shop to take a look and to try it on; I was very impressed with the fit and quality of the mask.  It’s on par with it’s more expensive counterparts and at $400 it’s an absolute steal.  We exchanged a few emails with Cindy Hackman of Hackva before we went down to our local dealer and have had very quick and informative replies from her.

Check them out at www.Hackva.com.

Our mask should be here in 1-1.5 weeks.  I’ll post some pics when it comes in!

 

– M