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(Video) Selecting the right Hockey Tape: Black or White

Adrian Sosa

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The debate continues to one of the greatest questions in hockey. White hockey tape or black hockey tape?


The Guide To Bargain Hockey Stick Shopping on Ebay

Paul Ward

Tags hockey stick flex, hockey tips, how to hockey, tips

EBay is an awesome place to both buy and sell hockey items of all kinds. From hockey equipment to memorabilia, the internet holds a vast inventory of items you may not necessarily be able to get in pro shops. But, there is a catch, online shopping is a skill. The focus of this post is to highlight and provide guidance in buying a solid, reliable, and most importantly, top of the line gently used or new hockey sticks on Ebay at an honest price.

Ebay Hockey Stick Shopping

How to select length and flex of your hockey stick?

DollarTape Club

Tags hockey stick flex, hockey tips, how to hockey, tips

No matter your level of play, it’s important that your gear is both effective in a game scenario as well as comfy to wear or handle. Remember,when you feel good you play good. With this in mind let’s take a look at one of the most important topics for any player, no matter what position or skill level. Today we are talking about the flex and length of your hockey stick.

How to tape your shin guards hockey tape - DTC Hockey Tips

Adrian Sosa

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Skills or Hockey Smarts? Which Type of Hockey Player are You?

Richard Rentel

Comments 1 Tags Hockey, skills, smarts, subscription hockey tape, tips

Hockey smart's is one of the toughest abilities to acquire and improve upon, some even believe that you either have it or you don't. But wait, doesn't skill trump all? In short “No”. We all have seen it, players that just kill it in practice, they can dangle, snipe, and wheel with the best of them, yet when game time comes around they disappear, make the wrong plays or try to do it all themselves.