All right your next piece of equipment, your
shoulder pads, also very important. If you’re in a checking league, you definitely want
a pair of these. In adult hockey, some places they do not require you to wear shoulder pads,
but I would highly recommend them; especially starting out, if you’re experienced maybe
you can get away with it. It definitely is an asset in hockey equipment. It helps protect
your shoulders, your stomach, your back. You just put it on, and strap it on; it’s pretty
simple. You also got your jersey, just slap it on over that, over your shoulder pads,
and you’re all set. Thanks to the Anne Harbor Ice Cube, they provide us with some shoulder
pads. You can buy some here at the Peroni’s Hockey Shop. They’re a nice pair of Reebok,
just pick them up and take off and play some hockey.

How to Play Ice Hockey : Using Hockey Shoulder Pads
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2 thoughts on “How to Play Ice Hockey : Using Hockey Shoulder Pads

  • October 19, 2008 at 5:47 pm

    I'm sure u don't need any shoulder pads.

  • February 7, 2010 at 5:12 am

    $200, did you buy Ovechkin's personal pair or what? A good pair only cost $50-75. I just bought a new pair of Reebok 6k's for 60 bucks.


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