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If you shoot a puck dead center into a non-CSA approved cat eye, it can make it through. Sticks and stick blades can slip through cat eye cages as well. It's simple safety, really. If you're playing street hockey, it shouldn't matter at all.
Yeah... it wouldn't matter for street hockey... which is why I think it's dumb...
A cat-eye cage was one of the things I was planning to buy.
Let people chose themselves if they are over 18.
And they should stop assuming everyone only plays ice... D:
Cat-eye should be safe for rollerhockey too, if they play with the orange balls.
You can always look online; it might actually be cheaper even with shipping included. Goaliemonkey.com has good full sets for sale, all for ~150 USD.
Here in Calgary we have Pro Hockey Life stores, which sell mainly ice gear but still have ball hockey gear. It makes Canadian Tire stuff look like trinkets, but at the same price. I think they have an online store.