Playing ice hockey at a Division I college gives many players the training and experience they require in order to eventually carve out a career at the NHL level. Although NCAA players aren’t paid millions of dollars and they have to take a bus to each game instead of a private jet, their passion and commitment to the sport are what make college hockey so compelling. However, when college players make the leap to the professional ranks, what rule changes do they have to learn?
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Welcome to the 2013 Pure Hockey Holiday Gift Guide! We know how crazy things can get around the holidays, and thought it would be a good idea to help you effortlessly find a gift for every hockey player in your life. In order to simplify things a bit, we went through the hundreds of skates, sticks, gloves and gift ideas on our website and narrowed down each category to a handful of items that are sure to put a smile on anyone’s face. There are great ideas at every price point and performance level, so hit the buttons below to get some ideas!
As the season quickly approaches, we wanted to take a look back at the summer of free agent moves from the best side we know, hockey gear!!!!
We sat down and took the top 20 free agents signed, ranked by annual cap hit of their new contract and took a look at their equipment. For each player, we took their cap it and divided it by four, then attributed that number to each of 4 categories (Hockey skates, sticks, gloves and helmets). This is all based on respective players gear from the 2012-2013 season and does not account for any players who may have changed some things up over the summer.
I.E. David Clarkson’s new contract in Toronto will have a annually cap hit of $5,250,000. We divided that by 4 and came up with $1,312,500 for each equipment category. We then assigned That amount, $1,312,500, to Tackla Gloves, Easton Sticks, Bauer Skates and Easton Helmets.
So after adding up all those numbers, we came up with the following…
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Are you a Gmail user? If so, you may not be seeing all of the best deals we have on gear. Google made some changes to your Gmail inbox that filter your emails, so if you want to make sure you are receiving every special offer follow these steps:
Step 1: Log into your Gmail account. In your inbox you will now have three separate inboxes, as you see in the image above.
Step 2: Select the “Promotions” tab of your inbox.
Step 3: This is where our emails can now be found.
Step 4: Click in the circled area and drag the email onto the “Primary” tab. Release the mouse button when the cursor is hovering over the “Primary” tab.
Step 5: A yellow popup will appear near the top of the page. Select “Yes” to make sure that all future special offer emails will arrive in your inbox.