One for the Canadians - Page 2




 
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December 31st, 2004  
dougal
 
 
No it is ice hockey. 'Good old hockey' never had a history of helmets.

They can be seen in mighty ducks. And some times have a plastic viser over the face.
December 31st, 2004  
r031Button
 
 
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Originally Posted by dougal
No it is ice hockey. 'Good old hockey' never had a history of helmets.

They can be seen in mighty ducks. And some times have a plastic viser over the face.
THe visors are common to just about any hockey helmt, alot of NHL players use them now, and most of the junior leagues have them as mandatory. I'm still not sure what it is your looking of rthough, I mean I might as well as you if you remeber those adidas cleats form 72:P
December 31st, 2004  
dougal
 
 
Anyway im looking for a supply of them.

There like Gold Dust here as there not being made anymore as the design moved on.

But there very comfortable to our home made ones for our national sport hurling. Which I hope everyone in the world has heard of, fastest field game in the world.

www.gaa.ie
www.hoganstand.ie
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December 31st, 2004  
r031Button
 
 
So your looking to buy a hockey helmet in red then? Maybe try googling CCM or Baur...Nike if you have too:P I've seen hurlin gonce, in a Guiness comercial...looked cool, is there a gaol you have to get the ball through, or do you just cross a line like in rugger?
December 31st, 2004  
dougal
 
 
There only made by Gola and Copper.

Yes there is a goal with a Kepper, Its the same as a rugby goal post. If you get it by the keeper between posts you get three points and if you get it over the bar you get one point. And its fitheen players a side

http://homepage.tinet.ie/~nobyrne/Hu...gn_dummies.htm
http://www.p45.net/ejitsguides/hurling/hurling.html
These are funny guides. LOL real funny.

Your best bet

http://www.iol.ie/~coolmine/typ/gaa/introhur.html
December 31st, 2004  
r031Button
 
 
So your looking for a hockey helmet though right? I'd really suggest looking at Baur or CCM...very very comfortable stuff made nowadays.
January 1st, 2005  
dougal
 
 
There to big and bulky.

The only form of protection in Hurling is a helmet, and you dont have to wear one, so you need a light helmet
January 1st, 2005  
r031Button
 
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by dougal
There to big and bulky.

The only form of protection in Hurling is a helmet, and you dont have to wear one, so you need a light helmet
I see Isee. Kinda like the caps in Rugby then?