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I'm going to be heading down to Portland in a few weeks.
I'm just wondering if there's any big hockey stores down there?
Or is all I'm going to find is more generic sports stores?
In the States, sports stores I've been to don't have a very large section in hockey...
and I'm specifically looking for goalie gear, so even more rare.
Me and my friends did a road trip a while back to see if we could find one, but nothing but the little shops inside the rinks, and the major sporting good stores like Sports Authority or something like that.
Drive down to Cali, that's where hockeymonkey and hockeygiant are.
Big generic sports store - Dick's Sporting Goods. It's in Washington Square, in Tigard (near Portland). Not sure what their selection of hockey equipment is like though...
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This virtual store tour blew me away. I guess I was hoping for something like this.
I'm specifically looking for goalie gear though.
Does anyone know if Sportchek in Richmond (Hockey Experts) carry goalie stuff now?
I haven't been there in a long time. I know usually Sportchek in general carries one
model of RBK Premier III series. And that's about it.
The Prohockeylife store I went to in Calgary was pretty epic... Think typical Sportchek size but all hockey gear. Prices typical Canadian retail, not much stuff on blowout or clearout especially when comparing to Hockeygiant/monkey pricing. More eye candy than anything else. It is pretty impressive seeing a wall from floor to celing of goalie leg pads, 4+ aisles of various hockey sticks in all the flex/curve patterns available, etc etc.