Local businessman Randy Hogan has been happy to know his cut-resistant hockey gear is on the ice for several different levels of playoff action this spring.
Headlining the list are three Vancouver Canucks, including Art Ross Trophy winner Henrik Sedin, his twin brother, Daniel, and defenceman Kevin Bieksa, who began wearing Hogan Hockey gear after suffering his second cut injury in three seasons back in December.
Hogan also noted members of the Chicago Blackhawks, the Canucks’ second-round opponent, and the Manitoba Moose, Vancouver’s AHL affiliate, also wear the gear on the ice.
As well, the OHL final between the Barrie Colts and Windsor Spitfires is sprinkled with those wearing the gear, including Spitfires’ defenceman and projected top-five draft pick Cam Fowler.
Hogan Hockey manufactures a line of cut-resistant products, including skate socks, wrist guards, neck guards, and “goalie underwear.”
Hogan said he can take local orders at 274-4717 while longer-distance ones can be made through his website at www.hoganhockey.com.