‘BEER LEAGUE’ NET PEGS COST FINLAND WINNING GOAL AT WWC

(Article InGoal Magazine)

 

“We can’t push off the post since they come off so easily,” Raty told Nicole Haase, who is covering the tournament for Sports Illustrated. “This would never happen on the men’s side, it should never happen here. The nets are absolutely awful. That’s why they scored the second goal because I could not push off of the post because the nets come off.”

That game was played on a secondary rink in Plymouth, Michigan but unlike the main rink Finland played on against Canada, there were no marsh pegs, which are used in the NHL but require a hole to be drilled into the ice. Instead, Finland and Russia played with these:

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Eddie Lack - Carolina Hurricanes

05-Jan-2017
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“Eddie used the gagoalpegs at NET360 Camp in Kelowna 2016" 

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Eric Comrie

22-Nov-2016
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“This pegs are so much better then the old once. It's like game atmosphere." 

Eric Comrie - Winnipeg Jets / Manitoba Moose - AHL

MCKENNA: USE BOARDS TO LEARN PROPER REVERSE-VH (Article InGoalie Magazine)

 

With the right pegs you can work and learn the RVH as well in the goal instead at the boards…

 

“It doesn’t help that just being able to practice RVH can also be problematic because the net often comes off too easily. When I left Columbus to join the Springfield Falcons of the American Hockey League, I found our practice nets were never properly pegged into the ice.

 

Sure, they had the old time practice pegs, the ones with the triangular bump on the bottom, but most goalies already know, all it takes is one solid impact and those posts are ruined for the rest of practice. They won’t stay in place. So the only time I truly had to practice RVH in a proper setting was during games, which is less than optimal for several obvious reasons. 

 

You want to train in practice so you don’t have to think when the real competition begins. So I was forced to come up with a practice solution.” 

 

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Francois Allaire

19-Feb-2015
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“As a Pro goalie coach, you want the best for your players. After 30 years in pro hockey, the GAGOALPEGS is the best Pegs I ever use. That clearly the best product on the market.”

Francois Allaire - Colorado Avalanche - NHL

How to Set Up GAGOALPEGS

10-Feb-2015
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To use the GAGOALPEGS in practice, camps or games, you just need to quickly drill the placement holes with the special drill bit and set the pegs in position.

For the rinks who are using Flex Pegs (Marsh Pegs) for games, they can use the same drill bit as welll for the GAGOALPEGS.

Best size of drill bit 7/8" or 22mm.

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