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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
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Jersey Numbers To Be Added To Front Of Helmets

Posted in Gear Sightings with tags , , , , , , , , , , on October 10, 2011 by prostocknation

Tony Da Costa, Head Equipment Manager of the Minnesota Wild posted these pictures on his Twitter account (@styleswild) yesterday.

Starting the first game of the regular season, all players (excluding goaltenders) will be required to display numbers on the front of their helmets.  This was confirmed by Schuyler Baehman, the NHL’s Senior Manager of Communications, on Twitter in which he stated:

Player numbers will be added to the front forehead (centered) location of all player helmets at the start of this season.

Front numbers are not required to be placed on goaltenders headgear.

Numbers on the front and back of helmets will measure no less than 1.25” and no more than 2” in height

The new number placement is designed to aid on-ice officials, broadcasters, et al. by providing an additional point of player identification

Also note, this year Easton is another brand that is changing from their familiar “E” logo in favor of the word mark on their helmets.  While many people don’t seem to like the changes at first, Bauer has done this for years.  They stopped using the “Flying B” and few people put up a fight about “BAUER” being written across the front of the helmet.

Are you in favor of these new changes?  Can you name another sport which requires both front and back numbers on helmets?

– M

Easton Stealth RS Hockey Stick

Posted in Pro Stock with tags , , , , , , , , on April 5, 2011 by prostocknation

They started popping up in player’s hands such as Mike Cammalleri and Dany Heatley about 2 weeks ago and I must admit it’s one of Easton’s better looking sticks as of late.  Keeping true to the previous generations of the Stealth line, the stick is predominately black with a hint of color in it.

Also if you haven’t heard, Easton has a new logo replacing the “E” with the oval and diamond.  Check it out on the blade, what do you think?  We don’t normally like drastic changes so this may take some time to grow on us.

While no full specs on the stick have been released yet, it does look like the stick will keep the elliptical taper as seen on the S17/19 with an improvement in the blade construction.  We have been very impressed with Easton’s offerings as of late throughout their entire product lineup and after seeing all the improvements in the S19 over it’s predecessor, we’re quite certain the RS won’t disappoint.

You should start seeing this stick in stores in Q4 of 2011.

Pictures were retrieved from Easton Hockey’s Official Facebook Page

 

– M

A Belated Welcome Back, Peter Forsberg

Posted in Gear Sightings with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on February 13, 2011 by prostocknation

Foppa has made his return to the NHL and he is wearing a Vapor XXXX Skate on this right (troubled) foot and X:60 on the left.  Forsberg has consistently been a premier player in the NHL when healthy and hopefully he can be a difference maker in helping the Avs make the post-season.  It’s interesting to see the Nike in the Nike Bauer logo is still visible on his skates since it should’ve been blacked out by now.

He was also seen practicing in an Easton S19 helmet but has gone back to familiar Bauer territory (5100, not the 5000/5500 since those have been discontinued.)  Like Iginla, he is still loving the Z-Air style gloves and it doesn’t look like he is using a real EQ50 either since the focus weights are not visible.

Can we start calling the Easton P4 pattern Forsberg again?

Photo is property of www.GettyImages.com

 

– M

Zetterberg: So Long Easton?

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , on December 18, 2010 by prostocknation

Henrik Zetterberg of the Detroit Red Wings is a poster boy for Easton Hockey.  He is endorsed by the brand and as a result his name is plastered on all P4 patterns Easton makes in the retail market (even though most players still call the P4 a Forsberg.)  Hockey players are very superstitious and they tend to stick with what works.

Zetterberg fell into a slump early this season and gradually made the switch away from Easton as the games progressed, beginning with the Easton SE16 and S19 sticks.  Zetterberg started using Warriors and the brand also ‘creeped’ to his gloves.  We’re not surprised if this move was influenced by fellow Swede, and former Easton user, Nick Lidstrom but it’s paid off for him as he also made the switch to Warrior last year and scored his first career NHL hat trick at age 40 this week.  Oh, I guess Warrior having their HQ in Michigan and Kris Draper’s involvement with the company has some persuasion in the locker room as well.

2 games ago Zetterberg has switched out practically every piece of Easton gear minus the pants (they are the NHL leader in pants after all.)  If his play starts to pick up don’t expect him to switch back to Easton any time soon.  Maybe it’s time to rename the P4 pattern once again?

Photos are property of Getty Images (www.GettyImages.com)

– M

Master Of Disguise

Posted in Pro Stock with tags , , , , , , on November 12, 2010 by prostocknation

Continuing with yesterday’s post about companies repainting sticks to look like other models in their lineup, we wanted to show an example from a different manufacturer so we’re not just singling out Bauer.  Don’t get me wrong, I love both brands’ products but the average consumer should be well informed of what they’re buying when it comes to the secret world of pro stock and pro return sticks.

To the average person this may look like two Easton S19 sticks.  When you’re buying a pro stock that says “S19”, are you REALLY getting what you’re paying for?  Let’s take a closer look.

Easton doesn’t drop hints on the name plates like Bauer so we’ll have to look at the physical shape of the sticks.  The S19 is known for it’s elliptical taper towards the bottom portion of the stick.  Hmmm… one stick is oval-shaped and the other isn’t… what could they possibly be?

Let’s compare these two “S19” sticks to another high end offering from Easton.  The SE16 has no elliptical taper… neither does the “S19” in the middle.  If you look closely you can also see the small indentation where the blade meets the shaft during the manufacturing process.

Here’s a look at the tapers from another angle.

Now that you know what to look for, it’s easy to pick out which is the real S19 and which is a painted SE16.  The next time you’re shopping for a pro stock/return S19 make sure to check for the elliptical taper or else it could be a SE16 or something else in disguise!  Don’t rely on the graphics and labels alone!

Final comments: The SE16 is not a terrible stick by any means, we actually prefer it over the S19 but we don’t want anyone to be disappointed when they realize their stick isn’t what it claims to be.

– M