Wednesday, September 14, 2011

The latest from FloorballPro and NHL - a bit late but...

This and more came in the mail a couple of days ago from FloorballPro.
Otherwise the latest we know is that today, I think, is the day when, yet again, NHL refs and officials will be playing... Floorball. Yes, today Wednesday. More to follow soon....

The following was not the full advertisement from FloorballPro and if You visit their webpage you will find more material, offers and news.

More news and updates to follow soon:
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NEW SALMING LINE & HUGE SALE ON ALL 2011s
Introducing Salming's freshest floorball innovations:
the Aero blade, the Hockey Canada stick & more!


FloorballPro Inc. is proud to announce that the 2012 Salming floorball line has arrived in Canada and the United States. The 2012 line is Salming's best yet, featuring fresh designs, unbelievable new technologies and better prices than ever before...
What's the Aero blade all about?
The New Salming Aero blade brings shooting power, passing precision and performance like never before.
Featuring a Dual Crossbar Stabilizer (DCS) that results in a 25% stiffer upper frame and enables you to keep your shots below the cross bar. A Dual Cavity provides increased ball control, feel and power when launching wrist shots and passing the ball. The Shooter Pocket gives you increased ball control and places the ball in an optimal position prior to launching wrist shots. Finally, the Toe Drag Design (TDD) makes it easier to pull the ball towards you with enhanced ball feel.

Tell me more about Hockey Canada!
Hockey Canada has teamed up with Salming and FloorballPro to create the Hockey Canada Matrix floorball stick. Floorball is excellent off-ice training for hockey players, as the light stick and ball emphasize hand eye coordination and improves stick handling, passing and shooting skills. The stick won't damage floors and can be used in the gym, at home, in the basement or in the driveway, the street or at the rink before games. Used by European NHLers and Hockey Canada Skills Academies across the country.

Disclaimer: This is a mainly a re-post from FloorballPro and contains Intellectual material and copyrighted 
images/material owned by them or/and by other parties.
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Caution

Research suggest that eye-injuries are more common in Floorball as compared to Tennis, but less common as compared to Squash (similar to Racquetball).
To minimize this risk of injury Floorballcentral recommend: Use certified protective eye-wear (mandated in many European areas for the youth). Do not lay down on the court. Follow the rules strict on stick height.

Also if you get addicted to this sport - do not blame us!