If you’re a hockey fan, you’re likely used to watching players get hit with nasty bumps, but how about a skater’s helmet?
And how about the helmet itself?
It’s a helmet designed specifically for hockey players to wear during an outdoor game.
The NHL is not alone in their pursuit of creating helmets specifically designed for players.
A number of professional leagues are also working to create more durable helmets that are suitable for playing on ice.
The NHL has had a helmet that was designed specifically to protect players during the 2011 Stanley Cup Finals.
The helmet was inspired by a player that was struck by a puck during a hockey game in the 1990s, according to the Los Angeles Times.
“I was hit in the face by a hockey puck during the Stanley Cup Final and it shattered the helmet, so I had to have a replacement,” said former NHL goalie Brian O’Neill, according the Los Angelos Times.
“It was designed for that kind of event and was made for that sort of event, and it did the job very well,” said O’Connell, who also owns a personal injury repair business.
“It was a very tough decision for me.
It was definitely a tough decision, but I was willing to take it.”
The helmet is made of Kevlar, which is designed to provide additional protection from the cold.
It also has a soft, flexible coating to allow for the player to feel the impact of the impact without feeling it in their eyes.
It’s not the most durable helmet on the market, however.
According to the Associated Press, a new helmet has a maximum weight of 13 ounces (460 grams) and a weight that can hit a player at 80 pounds (34 kilograms).
In addition, the helmet’s visor is designed with a hole in the back so the player can’t see through it, and its construction is “designed to provide protection from hits to the head and neck,” according to NBC News.
So, while this is a good helmet for a player to wear, it’s not a great helmet for someone who wants to play in the cold without the added protection.
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