I want a hockey pass back like this, but I don't want to spend that much money so I need some help to create my own.
Posted by wisconsinrules88 4 years ago | last reply 4 years ago
Hockey goaltender Trevor Leahy was looking for an extra edge in his hockey games and decided to design some new goalie pads to help him out. Going with the idea of camouflaging them, the front of the pads are meant to mimic the look of the net itself. The idea is that in the split second before a shot, a player would shoot into the pad and not the real net. The results are inconclusive, but at least the whole process has helped Trevor get into college.Since the days when Boston Bruins' goaltender Gerry Cheevers started inking stitches onto his mask each time the equipment protected his face, many goalies have expressed their individuality with designs and paintings on their mask or other pieces of equipment. But Leahy's design - essentially a camouflage for a goal that is 4 feet high and 6 feet wide - has hockey players and coaches amazed and impressed. Link via Core77
Posted by fungus amungus 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
It's winter time and tying your hockey skates is a hassle. One time my cousin didn't tie his hockey skates well and ended up with not a sprained ankle something else a little worse I forget the exact name. I don't want this to happen to me it looked very painful.
Asked by PizzaPlanet 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
Asked by gamefreakgeekgirl 6 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
hi. i have an old air hockey table that finally gave up and broke the surface of the table. i have no interest in fixing it, as i have a new one already. however i was wondering if anyone had any ideas for the fan which still works perfectly fine? any ideas?
Asked by yorniloc 8 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
IÂ´m planning to build an airhockey table. Since the AIR source is from great importance, I would like to know whether I can use (two) regular household fans. If so, how powerful should they be (how many watts)? Thanks in advance
Asked by casvandegoor 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
This is my table hockey game from knex. it is big. really big. I got inspired by Corner Gas and Dsmans pinball machine. I might post, but am building a foosball attacthement. Enjoy the pics and videos. Bartboy now an official knexpert!
Posted by Bartboy 10 years ago | last reply 10 years ago
I got this in a basket raffle in 2002. It is in perfect condition and was never used. It has the signature on the face and they used a label maker to print out Turner Stevenson and put it on the side. If anyone can give me and estimate on how much it is worth, that would be great. Thanks!
Asked by yankeee7 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
I'm looking to make a realistic, fairly inexpensive Jason (Friday the 13th, hockey mask, machete-wielding badass) mask for my Halloween costume and I need some help. The only affordable masks I'm finding are flimsy plastic ones like the one on the photo below or foam masks that look like they're for a 5 year old. I've seen some pretty good fiberglass ones on ebay (like the one in the second picture I've included), but they run over a $100....and none of them are exactly what I want. So, I want to make one.... I'm thinking I can take one of the cheap plastic ones and alter it....I want to do more than just paint it though. I want to make the mask more rigid and appear more like resin or fiberglass than plastic. So, I need some sort of liquid or putty that looks something like resin to cover the mask in that will make the mask more rigid and still allow me to paint on it. and I'll probably drill some more holes to match the ones in the movie and put leather straps on it. any thoughts? anyone made a Jason mask before that could offer some advice?
Posted by movieguy711 11 years ago | last reply 4 years ago
I am scared! how can there only be 2 patriotic Canadians!!!!! English: O Canada! Our home and native land! True patriot love in all thy sons command. With glowing hearts we see thee rise, The True North strong and free! From far and wide, O Canada, We stand on guard for thee. God keep our land glorious and free! O Canada, we stand on guard for thee. O Canada, we stand on guard for thee. FranÃ§ais: Ã Canada! Terre de nos aÃ¯eux, Ton front est ceint de fleurons glorieux! Car ton bras sait porter l'Ã©pÃ©e, Il sait porter la croix! Ton histoire est une Ã©popÃ©e Des plus brillants exploits. Et ta valeur, de foi trempÃ©e, ProtÃ©gera nos foyers et nos droits, ProtÃ©gera nos foyers et nos droits. 23 Cannon salute, then 1 min silence and YAY! Done, Now all you Canadians, join my Canadians group!
Posted by Bartboy 10 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
Asked by frosty68 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
I'm thinking of building one without metal. Any answers or tips?
Asked by ANDY! 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
I used 2 x 12 boards and wrapped my tarp/liner on the outside. But I only wrapped it 2-3 inches. I thought wrapping the liner on the outside would be best so it didn't get beat up by my little hockey players. But in the end, it appears I needed to wrap it all the way up on the boards. It leaks up on the low side and drains. I thought it would the water would freeze up against the board and form a "seal". But it does not. It appears to be a major problem. I am thinking of taping another strip of plastic along each side, using snow/ice duct tape. But I'm worried about it not sealing. Any ideas on how to fix my problem would be greatly appreciated. I don't want to/can't start over. Thanks!
Asked by KurtD 7 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
I want to build a recumbent bike, but I can't weld. Any other ways to build one. Mabye make one from hockey sticks.
Asked by ANDY! 9 years ago | last reply 4 days ago
The names are starting to 'crack' and peel off the backs of my beloved sweaters. The hockey sweater is something like a cotton blend and the football sweater is, I think, some sort of synthetic blend. Any ideas are much appreciated. :)
Asked by happi cat #71 7 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
Our cable company is terrible. We've tried getting satellite (directv) but there is a big tree in the way and we rent so we can't do anything about that. You can get good quality versions of all of the actual shows that we watch online somewhere (directly from the network's website, hulu, etc). And watching them that way gives you all of the convenience of having a DVR - watch whenever, rewind, fast forward, pause, etc. Also, our TV has a PC input (which we use frequently). So I was thinking of getting a cheap computer to leave hooked up to the TV and set it up to easily navigate through shows. That way we could get rid of our EXPENSIVE and CRAPPY cable. The only problem is sports. I couldn't care less about them but I live with my boyfriend, who loves hockey. Hockey is the hardest sport to watch with low resolution (the puck is tiny! I can't find it in HD sometimes). It's also never shown on the local channels (so no option of the cheapy cable or using some kind of antenna). NHL.com has a subscription you can get to watch online but it won't show you games if it's available on your local cable. So basically - does anyone know of a good place online to watch live (preferably free and good quality) sports? Hockey is the most important but also football/baseball/basketball. Any help would be appreciated!
Asked by jwystup 8 years ago | last reply 1 year ago
A few things I thought could make better duct tape wallets. 1: Buss-Pass/ I.D. Pocket, Perhaps a pocket made out of clear packing tape that covers the whole card could be used for I.D. or a Buss-Pass. 2: Coin Purse, A Sideways-facing pocket can be made to fold-out sideways from the wallet, when the pocket is folded-in, It acts like an envelope and keeps the coins in. 3: Dividing Page, A properly sized page taped on the inside "spine" of the wallet could be added to allow for more compartments. 4: Transparent/ Clear Carcass, The Carcass of the wallet could be made with clear packing tape or transparent duct-tape 5: Sports-Grade Grip-Tape/ Hockey Tape Parts, Parts of the wallet could be made from Grip-Tape or Hockey Tape, These products can be found in black, colors or transparent. Please Respond to this inquiry.
Posted by Sliderkk 10 years ago
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Posted by fungus amungus 9 years ago
I am experimenting with the idea of having several "cloned screens" out of one projector. The principle of light being split by a prism may yield very good results if colors are correctly displayed when using the prism with two mirrors to split the light in two directions. I will try this with an overhead projector first but if anybody has any suggestions please feel free to comment. Having the same image duplicated has a lot of advantages for projected movies in the park and businesses. Superbolw! Hockey! times two!
Posted by dejabox 11 years ago | last reply 11 years ago
Hey guys! i am in need of your help For my year 12 Systems Engineering class we are required to make a electronics project, which will account for 90% of our grade. only problem is i am stuck for ideas. in previous years, enteries have been things such as: RC boats, Home made vehicles, model functioning elevator, rc helicopter, arcade machines (which i did like very much :D), air hockey and even miniature rocket launching pads ect. any ideas will help, if there is a link on instructables that would be even better :D note: my teacher gets off over things with sensors so if the project has them it might help, but personally i couldnt care less.
Posted by malt3z 7 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
So I'm into martial arts and I was surfing the net looking for hand-eye and reaction time tests. I came across this http://www.topendsports.com/testing/tests/reaction-batak.htm The NFL and other sports trainers use it to either gauge or improve reaction time, it's very popular among boxers and hockey goalies. I want one, but of course it's outrageously expensive so I was wondering if anyone had any advice on how I could make something similar of my own. I was thinking of using LED lights and some kind of pressure switch to register my touching the light. the main problem is I don't have any idea how to make the lights blink randomly. if anyone has any Ideas I would greatly appreciate it thanks!
Posted by lmm1779 7 years ago | last reply 7 weeks ago
PopSci is doing a roadshow called The Future of Sports Tour. You can learn about how science and technology are affecting the way we play and train. Golf, tennis, hockey, baseball and other sports keep evolving with the times and this is a way to see that in person. If you're in the SF bay area, New York, or Miami you can go and check it out.PopSci has also been nice enough to give us a bit of floorspace to show off three DIY games: Ladder Golf, Kubb, and Pringles Golf. You can see the games in person and see some footage of us playing them as well.If you're near any of these it should be worth the trip. And if not you can always make a set of your own and play at home!Dates:San Francisco (Great Mall) - July 18+19New York (Smith Haven Mall) - July 26+27Miami (Miami International) - August 2+3 Future of Sports Tour
Posted by fungus amungus 10 years ago | last reply 10 years ago
Today in gym class we "played" lacrosse, and by play, I mean we threw and caught the ball. Still, it was mucho fun-o! I think I would like to play lacrosse, or at least get into it more. I seemed to excel today, and I do like contact sports. The problem is, I don't have much training in lacrosse. I do know that it is similar to hockey, both in field and rules. Another thing is that my (future) high school does not have a lacrosse team. Only 2 of the 4 high schools in my county have one. I could play for rec, but what I am thinking is: Do you think I could get my high school to support a lacrosse team? So, everyone (and by everyone, I mean you, Brenn10), do you think you could help me out learning about lacrosse? What do I need to get started and practice? Do any certain body sizes excel at lacrosse more than others? Thanks, Bran!
Posted by Bran 10 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
I'm working on making an illuminated ball for playing bike polo with at night time. A couple of high output red LEDs are sufficient for light to get through a normal street-hockey ball. The problems I'm currently facing are switching the lights on or off, and charging the batteries. Ideally both of these could be done remotely - i.e. without having to open the ball up. For switching I was thinking of using a magnetic reed switch - when a magnet is attached, the lights switch off. The only problem is that reed switches seem to be (a) made of glass (not ideal when the ball gets hit really hard), and (b) in a normally-open configuration - I'd need a normally closed one for this. As for charging, I have two ideas - one is to have two small metal pads on the surface of the ball to connect to the charger. This could be problematic due to forces on the ball during gameplay. The other more fun idea would be inductive charging. Like what you get in those fancy electric toothbrushes. One coil inside the ball, one outside. How practical is this? can it supply the necessary voltage and current to charge either a pair of NiMH batteries or a Li-ion cell? vik
Posted by askvictor 10 years ago | last reply 10 years ago
In no particular order...We had a single telephone in the house, landline, rotary dial, and several neighbours didn't have that.One TV in the house. CRT, 15 inch screen.Only three TV channels.They weren't on all night. They weren't even on all day.Black and white, all the way - TV, camera filmOnly two transistor radios in the house, running off 9V batteries the size of my fist.Most stations were on AM & LW bands. Commercial stations broadcast from "abroad".One record player in the house, which still have a position on the speed selector for playing 78rpm discs.Headphones the size of scotch eggs were the norm, not a fashion statement.No mobile phones at all.No game systems.No hand-held units.No home computers (the ZX81 came out when I was 14).The internet wasn't even a pipedream.The largest libraries had microfiche.Foreign holidays were a luxury - the only Â£10 trip was a one-way ticket to Australia.I did not see a black man in the flesh until I was 13. Oriental later the same year.Seat belts were not only optional, they were often not fitted.Ladders were toys, not a risk to life and limb.No speed cameras. Speed traps involved measured distances and policemen with stop-watches.No central heating.No double glazing.No catalytic converters.Petrol had lead in it, but only cost pennies a gallon.If you spent an hour in London, your snot turned black. If you spent a day there, it stayed black for a week."CCTV" was just a random collection of consonants.Old factories were called "derelict", not "industrial heritage", and kids called them "playgrounds".The bombsites were still blamed on Hitler.Russia was still Soviet, and old folk thought of them as allies.Hospitals smelled of carbolic soap, and the only infections came in with the patients. Nurses had starched collars and pink-scrubbed hands.I was the only child with asthma in a school of 400.Nobody was allergic to anything, except powdered eggs.Terrorists all had Irish accents, and telephoned the police to tell them where the bombs were.Nuclear power was going to give us free electricity in only five years - just in time to power the robot maid.Nuclear war was a genuine fear.The Falklands War was news, not history.You could hitch-hike and expect to arrive at your destination alive.Alcoholism was a hobby, not a disease.Lager was for poofters, cider was for girls.Nobody knew how to play basketball, baseball or ice hockey, and football was only ever played with a round ball. The nearest thing to "protective clothing" in sport was a goalie's gloves.Rollerskates had wheels on the corners, and strapped to your shoe.Banks were as trusted as the police. The police were trusted.Policemen were tall.Emergency vehicles went nee nah nee nah! (except for the ones with bells).Flared trousers were original.Science fiction had ray guns and robots, and spacemen were spacemen.You could travel ten miles and find people who spoke a different dialect (not just a different accent).Kids who misbehaved in school got sent to the head for a caning, instead of to the doctor for a tablet.Health and safety meant "don't do anything daft", and if you fell off a roof and broke your leg it was your own damned fault, not the fault of the roof-owner for not warning you about the drop, and nobody sued anybody.Gay meant "happy", and camp meant "in tents".Teachers that hit you were firm professionals, not dangerous perverts.The phrase "two car family" hadn't been coined....and I didn't feel quite so old.
Posted by Kiteman 9 years ago