Firstar Gamewear and Arena Ice Hockey Sock Insight

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How Profiling Affects Performance

Heat Molding skates - https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=JMzHcKNDgZ4 Insole Options - https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=cgsa9hCctv0 In this video we take a look at profiling your skates and how it can effect your performance on the ice. When you buy a new pair of skates they come with a factory grind on the steel. It is recommended that you get them profiled before skating in them. The most common profiles are 7 foot 9 foot 11 foot and 13 foot. Most players go with a 9 foot radius. Want to improve your hockey skills? We have videos for that! VISIT HOW TO HOCKEY by clicking the link above for hockey videos and articles LEARN TO SHOOT - 5 video series: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLdb5V-yqAwsaicfWI6EB1a4I6rErF9mHX LEARN TO ICE SKATE: 11 videos http://howtohockey.com/how-to-ice-skate/ STICKHANDLING GUIDE: http://stickhandling.howtohockey.com/ SHOOTING APP: http://howtohockey.com/new-isnipe-hockey-shooting-trainer-app/ DEFENSE 101: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLdb5V-yqAwsYb_xCrEoirMG5pw8cJMK8T JOIN ME ONLINE Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/howtohockey Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/howtohockey/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/howtohockey Website: http://howtohockey.com/ Hit that subscribe button so you don't miss a video Get hockey training aids at HockeyShot: http://www.hockeyshot.com/ More Hockey Training: http://howtohockey.com

How to Size a Hockey Shin Guard

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How To Clean Hockey Equipment

Stink is a big problem for hockey players, it's become a part of the culture, but there is a way to treat it. In this video I show you how to clean your hockey equipment so it doesn't stink! I left my hockey bag in the garage all summer and when I took it out it was covered in mold. It looks bad, but it's easy to treat. Just pre-treat the mold with an oxygen bleach, then put it in the wash machine on a gentle setting for a long load with regular detergent. I easily got the mold out of my hockey equipment. How often should you wash your hockey equipment? I recommend washing your hockey equipment every month or so, but wash your jerseys, socks and under armour every week or two Sponsored by: http://www.hockeyshot.com/More Hockey Training: http://howtohockey.com

Warrior Covert QRL Ice Hockey Pants Review

IW Hockey reviews the Warrior Covert QRL Hockey Pants available at http://www.icewarehouse.com/Warrior_Covert_QRL_Ice_Hockey_Pants_Sr/descpage-WCQLP.html?utm_source=Youtube&utm_medium=Social&utm_content=fromdescrip&utm_campaign=Review_Videos. The Warrior Covert QRL Ice Hockey Pants focus on keeping the player as mobile as possible while providing excellent protection that moves with the player. The overall tailored pro fit matches up with the hockey stance to allow the player to skate and play normally without the pants getting the way. QRL pants use an internal belt which provides a better fit along the waist and keeps the pants more comfortable and mobile than an external belt...

In what order do you put your equipment on?

In our latest Puck Personality Player Poll, we ask NHL stars like Tuukka Rask, Vladimir Tarasenko and Roman Josi in what order do they put on their shin pads, pants and skates and the results are...interesting For the latest hockey action, subscribe to our channel by clicking the big, red shiny SUBSCRIBE button Watch live hockey wherever you are: https://www.nhl.com/tv Breaking news, scores, stats, analysis & real-time highlights: https://www.nhl.com Feeling social? Twitter: http://twitter.com/nhl Facebook: http://facebook.com/nhl Instagram: http://instagram.com/nhl

Chase from IW Hockey chats with Andy Sutton from Firstar Hockey about their new Gamewear and Rink Ice Hockey Socks.
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