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Hockey is a team sport played on ice, in which skaters use sticks to direct a puck into the opposing team's goal. It is a fast-paced physical sport. Ice hockey is most popular in areas that are sufficiently cold for natural reliable seasonal ice cover, such as Canada, the Czech Republic, Latvia, the Nordic countries (especially Finland and Sweden), United States, Russia, Slovakia, Germany, Austria, and Switzerland. With the advent of indoor artificial ice rinks on plastic tile like sport court it has become a year-round pastime for many kids. - WikiPedia Thanks!
At HockeyPants.com we feel that participating in sports like ice hockey can help a child become more confident in his or hers skills. As children practice and work to become better at any activity, their confidence level will increase. This new-found confidence will carry over into other things besides sports, including their studies and personal lives.
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Ice hockey is one of the fastest growing women's sports in the world, with the with the number of participants increasing 350 percent in the last 10 years. In 2010, Canada has 85,624 women hockey players, USA 61,612 women hockey players, Finland 4694 women hockey players and Sweden 3,425. While there are not as many organized leagues for women as there are for men, there exist leagues of all levels, including the Canadian Women's Hockey League, Western Women's Hockey League, Mid-Atlantic Women's Hockey League, and various European leagues; as well as university teams, national and Olympic teams, and recreational teams. There have been nine IIHF World Women's Championships. Women's ice hockey was added as a medal sport at the 1998 Winter Olympics. The hockey equipment that women hockey players require includes helmets, gloves, sticks, skates, shin guards, womens hockey pants, shoulder pads, elbow pads as well as womens goalie pants equipment. - WikiPedia Thanks!
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Bauer Ice Hockey Pants, Bauer Hockey Pants and Bauer Hockey Pants Equipment
Bauer Hockey, Inc. (renamed Nike Bauer during 1995–2008) is one of the leading manufacturers of ice hockey equipment, fitness and recreational skates, and apparel. The hockey equipment that Bauer produces include helmets, gloves, sticks, skates, shin guards, pants, shoulder pads, elbow pads, as well as goalie equipment. Bauer was primarily a skate-maker prior to 1990, when it acquired the hockey assets of Cooper Canada Ltd. - WikiPedia Thanks!
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CCM Ice Hockey Pants, CCM Hockey Pants, CCM Hockey Pants Equipment
CCM was founded in 1899 after the collapse of the bicycle market. Established "when the operations of four major Canadian bicycle manufacturers amalgamated: H. A. Lozier, Massey-Harris, Goold, and Welland Vale Manufacturing." CCM produced bicycles for many years in the area of Weston, Toronto, Ontario. They also briefly produced the Russell automobile.
By 1905, with saturation in the bicycle market, CCM also began producing hockey skates and subsequently began manufacturing other hockey gear.
In 1937, CCM acquired the Tackaberry brand made by a Manitoban named George Tackaberry and "Tacks" have been the company's signature skate until late 2006, when the Tacks line was replaced with the "Vector" line, and now the "U+".
In 1998, The Hockey Company (CCM's parent company) acquired Montreal-based Sports Holdings, Inc and became the world's top producer of hockey merchandise adding the brands Koho, Titan, Jofa, Canadien, and Heaton. Titan and Canadien were well known brands of wooden hockey sticks in the 1980s and 1990s. Wayne Gretzky used the Titan 4020 while playing with the Edmonton Oilers. Heaton was known for its goalie equipment.
In 1999, SLM is renamed The Hockey Company.
In June 2004, The Hockey Company was bought by Reebok. All brands other than the CCM brand were retired and Reebok introduced its own RBK Hockey gear, later to be re-branded as Reebok Hockey.WikiPedia Thanks!
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THE HISTORY OF COMBAT SPORTS INC. & COMBAT HOCKEY PANTS
Rich in composite sporting goods history, Combat Sports (and its affiliated companies) have been designing and manufacturing composite and hybrid-composite baseball bats and hockey sticks for brand name companies since 1994.
Terry Sutherland (founder and co-owner of Combat Sports) was a VP of General Electric – Canada, in charge of the company’s materials and technology division. After leading a management buyout of GE’s Canadian composite division (FRE Composites) in 1988, Terry and his team went on to design and manufacture products for NASA, the US military as well as several high end industrial products used in various applications such as the construction of the English Channel. It was only fitting that when the hockey industry wanted to introduce a new, revolutionary hockey stick product made from composite materials that they would turn to Terry Sutherland.
In late 1992, Canstar Sports, a holding company for many of hockey’s greatest brands (including Bauer, D’aoust, Micron, Lange and Cooper) approached Terry to produce the worlds first ever composite hockey shaft (up until this point, aluminum was the most advanced material used in hockey shafts). With a passion for the game that started with his father who was a member of the NY Rovers during the 1940’s, Terry quickly took an interest in the project. Later that year, Terry and Canstar reached an agreement to start a joint venture company, which acted as the design and manufacturing arm for all Bauer Hockey composite products.
In 1993, Canstar Composites Technology Inc., (CCTI) was born, which marked the beginning of a company that would change the hockey and baseball industry forever. By late 1994, the world’s first commercially successful composite shaft hit the market, under the Bauer name, designed and manufactured in Ottawa, Ontario by CCTI. Terry quickly hired Stephen Fitzgerald (Combat’s current VP – Engineering), Frédéric St. Laurent (Combat’s current VP - Development), Kurtis Watson (Combat’s current VP - Manufacturing), and Steven Sutherland (Combat’s current President).
From 1994 to 1997, CCTI designed the most advanced hockey sticks ever to hit the ice, producing over a million units under the Bauer brand, including pro product for their fleet of NHL players (Pavel Bure, Scott Stevens, Trevor Linden to name a few).
In 1997, Nike, the world’s largest footwear company, purchased Canstar Sports and its affiliated brands. Consistent with the Nike philosophy regarding North American manufacturing, they quickly began to shut down all North American manufacturing, moving production to China. This would not deter CCTI, as Terry and his ownership group would reach an agreement with Nike to purchase the Joint Venture Company outright, making it a stand alone company and positioning it to now supply to all major brands in the industry. At that point, the company changed its name to CE Composites Hockey Inc., (CE Composites).
By 1998, CE Composites negotiated supplier agreements with most of the major players in the hockey industry, including Hespeler, Louisville, Sherwood, Mission, and Victoriaville as well as continuing to produce composite sticks for Nike/Bauer. If you wanted to sell a composite hockey product in the 1990’s, you wanted CE Composites making it for you. They were the “who’s who” of design and manufacturing and sought after by all major brands looking to produce composite hockey sticks.
CE Composites would continue to produce composite hockey sticks for the better part of the decade, however cost pressures from China and Mexico became greater and greater as the decade neared an end.
Once again, faced with adversity, CE Composites was not deterred from continuing its mission to produce superior advanced composite products for the sporting goods industry. In 1999, the company would make another big leap forward, developing the world’s first commercially viable composite softball bat. After meeting with the industry’s top players, they would soon reach a supplier agreement with Worth, a market leader in the baseball / softball business, to design and produce Worth’s flagship bats, winners of three consecutive Bat Wars.™
With the new found growth in the baseball / softball business and the continuing price constraints from Chinese manufacturers in the hockey business, the company would make the decision in 1999 to exit the OEM hockey business to focus on the rapidly growing baseball / softball division.
The company would continue to design and manufacture baseball / softball product for many of the industry’s market leaders up until 2004, including Worth, Rawlings, Nike and others.
In 2004, K2 Sports, one of the worlds largest sporting goods company acquired Worth and Rawlings, CE Composites two largest customers. Faced with the possibility of once again losing its main customers to offshore, lower cost manufacturing, CE Composites made a company altering decision: to create a unique identity, one focused on a true players’ product lineup under their own brand and Combat Sports was born.
Fairweather Sports (led by Don Cooper, Combat’s current VP of Sales and Marketing) was quickly retained as Combat’s exclusive USA distributor bringing needed baseball and softball marketing expertise into the mix.
During this same time period, Steven Sutherland started a side project to pursue a life long passion: to build a new type of hockey company, with a philosophy built on superior service, advanced materials technology, and superior products designed “For Players, By Players”. Ballistik Hockey was born in 2002 and would quickly become a viable business, carving a niche amongst elite level players all over the world.
Since 2004, Combat Sports has emerged as the fastest growing brand within the baseball / softball industry. Armed with the momentum of that growth, combined with its longstanding expertise in the design and manufacturing of composite sporting goods products, Combat Sports amalgamated Fairweather Sports and subsequently Ballistik Hockey bringing the Sutherland Father / Son and Fairweather teams together, creating the platform for a company destined to change the hockey and baseball / softball industries forever…...
Today, they have grown to over 100 employees and have distribution worldwide; they continue to be the fastest growing brand in the sports of softball, baseball and hockey.
Their success is simple: Everyone at Combat Sports has a genuine love and enthusiasm for the game and their products. Their staff consists of elite level players, past greats and weekend warriors that truly understand the players needs. Not only are they regarded as composite design, manufacturing, and engineering experts, but we are also die hard fans and players of the games. Above all, they strive to understand what players need and want. They truly live by their motto: “FOR PLAYERS, BY PLAYERS”
MORAL OF THE STORY....
* We have the most experienced and talented Engineers who are designing the most cutting edge sporting goods products on the planet.
* We are supported by a Sales and Marketing team that are players, fans, warriors and most of all, passionate about what we do.
* We will outwork all of our competitors.
* We will compete harder than all of our competitors.
* We want it more than all of our competitors...
THE RESULT = A company that is destined to be on top in the very near future...
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Flite Ice Hockey Pants,Flite Hockey Pants and Flite Hockey Pants Equipment
Flite Hockey, Inc. is one of the leading Canadian manufacturers of ice and roller hockey equipment and apparel. Flite Hockey produces hockey equipment that include skates, shin guards, pants, shoulder pads, elbow pads, as well as goalie equipment.
Flite Hockey was founded in 1993 by founder and president, Gerry McSorley who was unhappy with the quality and prices of hockey skates available to Canadian hockey players. On a flight back to Toronto, contemplating his passion for hockey and a lifelong fascination with airplanes – the company name was inspired - Flite Hockey.
On their 650-acre farm in Cayuga, near Hamilton, Ont., Bill and Ann Marie McSorley drove their seven boys and three girls hard. Every family activity, from softball, soccer or hockey games to chores, was charged with the intensity of a Stanley Cup showdown. "In the mornings we'd work in the barn," says Marty, who is 14 months younger than Chris. "When we finished, we'd come in for lunch and race out to play until Dad corralled us all to get to work again. My mother was a very good softball player. She'd take us out and pitch to us, show us how to catch, and there'd be a baby hanging on her leg." Every Christmas the kids would sneak into the local rink to play with the new hockey equipment left under the family tree. "We battled each other pretty hard," Marty says. "Every one of us wanted to make the NHL."
Growing up in a family with six brothers and three sisters, Gerry understands the economics of hockey. It’s an expensive game. That’s why Flite is committed to offering the best products at the best prices without compromising durability or protection.
With Ontario Canada as a home and with hockey in their blood Chris McSorley coached the Anaheim Bullfrogs to RHI's first championship in 1993, he later coached the expansion Buffalo Stampede team to a championship crown.
Marty McSorley played in the National Hockey League (NHL) from 1983 to 2000. A versatile player, he was able to play both the forward and defense positions. Playing for the Los Angeles Kings (1989–1993) Marty inherited the title of "Wayne Gretzky's Bodyguard". He is also a former head coach of the Springfield Falcons of the American Hockey League (2002–2004). In addition to his hockey career, he has also worked as an actor, appearing in several film and television roles.
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Louisville Ice Hockey Pants, Louisville Hockey Pants, Louisville Hockey Pants EquipmentHistory of Hillerich & Bradsby Company, Inc. and Louisville Hockey Pants
Hillerich & Bradsby Company, Inc. is a privately owned sporting goods manufacturer best known as the producer of the Louisville Slugger baseball bats. In addition to its traditional wooden Sluggers, which are still made in Louisville, the company manufactures more than 100 models of aluminum bats for baseball and softball in an Ontario, California manufacturing plant, and a line of baseball and softball gloves. Hillerich & Bradsby also manufactures and markets a line of golf equipment--including clubs, bags, and gloves--under the trade name "PowerBilt," and a line of hockey equipment under the trade name TPS Louisville Hockey. The company also owns some 5,000 acres of forest in Pennsylvania and New York, from which it harvests the wood to produce its bats.
In 1966, Hillerich & Bradsby expanded into yet another sport when they acquired Wally Enterprises in Ontario, Canada. Wally Enterprises produced croquet sets, pool tables, and--of more importance--hockey sticks. H & B changed the brand on the hockey equipment to Louisville TPS (Tournament Players Series) and began selling its sticks through sporting goods distributors in the United States and Canada.
Even so, the company's delay in getting serious about aluminum left it playing catch-up to its competitors. Easton Sports, of California, had leapt into the aluminum bat market early on, using the same technology it used to make metal arrows; by the early 1980s, it held the lion's share of the market. Between 1980 and 1985, H & B's sales stagnated, and its profits plunged by approximately 90 percent. Jack Hillerich knew he had to move fast to turn the business around.
By the start of the 1990s, H & B's aluminum bat business had greatly picked up and was generating approximately 30 percent of the company's revenue. In fact, its aluminum bat facility in Santa Fe Springs, California was having trouble making enough product to meet the market demand. So in August of 1991, H & B moved its aluminum division into a larger facility in nearby Ontario, California. It also increased the staffing at that facility by some 35 percent. That same year, H & B supplemented its aluminum production capabilities by opening a smaller bat and hockey stick manufacturing facility in Florence, Kentucky.
The Future of H & B and Louisville Hockey Pants
Aside from the leadership change, it appeared to be business as usual at Hillerich & Bradsby. Baseball and softball equipment sales accounted for around 60 percent of the company's revenues, with the fastest-growing segment of that market being women's fast-pitch softball. Hockey equipment sales generated some 20 percent of the total revenue, and the company was optimistic about the future of that division and it's Louisville ice hockey pants sales. See the Louisville TPS P104 Ice Hockey Pants and TPS Louisville FP104 Women's Ice Hockey Pants.
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Mission Ice Hockey Pants, Mission Hockey Pants and Mission Hockey Pants Equipment
Mission is a company that makes roller hockey and ice hockey equipment. They started in 1995 with roller hockey equipment in Orange County California and backed by a few of the Rollerblade company corporate employees.
Mission once produced ice hockey equipment as well. It merged with Itech in 2004, becoming Mission-Itech.
On September 25, 2008, Bauer Hockey announced it had purchased Mission-Itech. Since 2009, the Mission brand is used only for roller hockey gear; the company's ice hockey products (Mission and Itech) were rebranded as Bauer.
In 2009, the Mission ice skates were discontinued part way through the year due to Bauer purchasing Mission. - WikiPedia Thanks!
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Reebok Ice Hockey Pants, RBK Hockey Pants and RBK Hockey Pants Equipment
Reebok International Limited, a subsidiary of German sportswear giant Adidas, is a producer of athletic footwear, apparel, and accessories. The name comes from the Afrikaans spelling of rhebok, a type of African antelope or gazelle. In 1890 in Holcombe Brook, a small village 6 miles from the town Bolton, England, Joseph William Foster was making a living producing regular running shoes when he came up with the idea to create a novelty spiked running shoe. After his ideas progressed he joined with his sons, and founded a shoe company named J.W. Foster and Sons in 1895.
In 1960, two of the founder's grandsons Joe and Jeff Foster renamed the company Reebok in England, having found the name in a dictionary won in a race by Joe Foster as a boy; the dictionary was South African edition hence the spelling.
In 1979, Paul Fireman, a US sporting goods distributor, saw a pair of Reeboks at an international trade show and negotiated to sell them in North America.
Reebok surged in popularity in 1982 after the introduction of the Freestyle athletic shoe, which was designed for women and came out when the aerobics craze started.
In April 2004, Reebok's footwear division became the first company to be accredited by the Fair Labor Association. In 2004, Reebok also became a founding member of the Fair Factories Clearinghouse, a non-profit organization dedicated to improving worker conditions across the apparel industry.
In addition, Reebok acquired official National Hockey League (NHL) sponsor CCM in 2004, and is now manufacturing ice hockey equipment under the CCM and Reebok brands, and has signed popular young stars Sidney Crosby and Alexander Ovechkin to endorsement deals (Crosby for Reebok, Ovechkin for CCM). Reebok has phased out the CCM name on NHL authentic and replica jerseys in recent years, using the Reebok logo since 2005. - WikiPedia Thanks!
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Warrior Ice Hockey Pants, Warrior Hockey Pants and Warrior Hockey Pants Equipment
Headquartered in Warren, Michigan, Warrior Sports is recognized as one of the sporting goods industry’s premier manufacturers of innovative, high performance, cutting-edge equipment, footwear and apparel for lacrosse and ice hockey athletes of all ages and abilities. Founded in 1992 by former champion lacrosse player David Morrow, Warrior was acquired by privately-held New Balance Athletic Shoe, Inc. in February 2004. The 2007 acquisition of Boston-based Brine Sporting Goods further established Warrior Sports as the dominant force in the lacrosse world.
Warrior is dedicated to a core set of philosophies and strengths: technical superiority, grassroots marketing, original and creative youthful expression, and strong partnerships with retailers and suppliers. Since creating the first titanium shafts in 1992, Warrior has constantly pushed the envelope in the evolution of the game. By taking a fresh, energetic approach to the game, and employing young, enthusiastic lacrosse players like Jesse Hubbard and Mark Millon, Warrior set out to change the game – the best gear in the world, developed by the best players in the world. see our selection of Warrior Ice Hockey Pants
ONE OF THE OLDEST COMPANIES IN HOCKEY, WINNWELL IS BACK, MAKING INNOVATIVE MOVES ON THE ICE AGAIN.
Winnwell was originally incorporated as Wellinger Limited. The company name was changed to Wellinger & Dunn in the 1950s and finally to Winnwell Sporting Goods Limited in 1976.
Winnwell was sold to Cooper Canada in 1978. At the time, Cooper was the largest manufacturer of hockey equipment in the world. In 1980 the Winnwell trademark was acquired by Irwin Toys Limited. Following Irwin Toy's bankruptcy in 2002, the Winnwell trademark was purchased by Brimatin Holdings, Inc., which retains ownership today.
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Goalies come in all shapes and sizes especially when competing. Hockey goalie's are the team's backbone, they are the one that the team looks to for strength, calm, intensity. When a goalie lets in a bad goal, it's imperative that they maintain their calm and show your team that it's ok. It might make a goalie feel better if they let out a fit of frustration but it may make their team lose just a little bit of confidence in them. With all of this comes the confidence in your goalie equipment and goalie hockey pants.
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