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Eddie Lack Reveals New Hurricanes Gear

Eddie Lack Reveals New Hurricanes Gear

Eddie Lack, who was recently acquired by the Carolina Hurricanes, took to Instagram today to show off his new Brian’s G-Netik Pro II custom set. It’s a sight that will make Vancouver Canucks fans cringe, but the design is just as cool as his old set.

After years of wearing blue, fans will now have to get used to seeing a lot more red on Lack’s equipment. He is known for using his team’s logo on his equipment, dating back to his days with the Chicago Wolves. During the Heritage Classic, he even had a special set designed with the Vancouver Millionaires retro logo.

It may be a while before these pads are seen in action, but goalie equipment fanatics everywhere at least have something they can drool over during the summer months.

About The Author

Greg Balloch

Greg Balloch is a Vancouver-based writer, broadcaster, and goaltending coach. His career began in Hamilton, Ontario as the voice of the Junior 'A' Hamilton Red Wings, before moving to Vancouver to cover the Canucks for CISL 650. A lifelong goaltender, he has been teaching the position for over a decade. He is currently an instructor for Pro4 Sports, and is the goaltending consultant for the BCHL's Surrey Eagles.

5 Comments

  1. Jason

    Not bad but the logo on the leg pads looks like a target for shooters.

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    • Matthew

      Is see your point. But I’ve always thought that having a target graphic on your pads and gloves would be cool and maybe even get the shooters to shoot at the targets

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      • CJ

        That would be nice.

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    • tim hayes

      I think that is the point. If they are looking at your gear and not the net that is where the puck is going to go. Silly shooters.

      Reply
  2. CJ

    Super Amazing gear! I like the Logo on the pads, it’s really cool!

    Reply

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