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  • There are 5 players on the New York Rangers that need to show big improvements in their game for the team to make the jump from wildcard team to Cup contender.

    Top 5 Rangers Who Need Breakout Seasons

    Top 5 Rangers Who Need Breakout Seasons

    by EVAN R FREEMAN0

  • When sizing an ice hockey stick, the top of the stick should generally be between the players nose and chin. The hockey stick is an extension of a player's arm, thus a very important piece of equipment to hae sized correctly.

    How to Size an Ice Hockey Stick

    How to Size an Ice Hockey Stick

    by LauraGSpeaks5

  • The article takes a look at 11 of the shortest goaltenders to play in the NHL. These goalies all stood below 5'8 and played at a time when height wasn't emphasized. In the current NHL, small goalies are almost non-existent and this is because the current style of play rewards taller goaltenders.

    11 Shortest Goalies to Ever Play in the NHL

    11 Shortest Goalies to Ever Play in the NHL

    by C Amoabeng0

  • Ice hockey skates have special padding for protection and feature special construction for quick stops and starts. The beginning player needs a good, solid skate, but they don’t have the appreciation for specialty skate construction and elaborate bells and whistles. Regardless of the price or brand, the best ice hockey skate for the beginning player is the one that offers the most protection and has the best fit for your child’s feet.

    Kinds of Skates Needed for Beginning Ice Hockey

    Kinds of Skates Needed for Beginning Ice Hockey

    by LauraGSpeaks15

  • When buying ice hockey equipment for the youth player, make sure to get properly sized equipment for optimal performance and protection. There are many ice hockey items that can be purchased used to save money. Use our Hockey Equipment Checklist to determine when to buy new or used equipment.

    Youth Ice Hockey Equipment

    Youth Ice Hockey Equipment

    by LauraGSpeaks4

  • When trying to get rid of the smell in hockey equipment, use vinegar in the washing maching, followed by fabric softener. To remove the stench for a longer period, try the Sports-O-Zone sanitizing system.

    How to Get Rid of Hockey Equipment Smell

    How to Get Rid of Hockey Equipment Smell

    by LauraGSpeaks6

  • The Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto, Ontario, Canada is a great place to visit. People of any age who are loyal hockey fans will enjoy it.

    Visit The Hockey Hall of Fame

    Visit The Hockey Hall of Fame

    by Readmikenow0

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