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Brian’s Pad of Week: Eddie Lack Heritage Classic

Brian’s Pad of Week: Eddie Lack Heritage Classic

Eddie Lack Heritage Classic Pads (1 of 1)Vancouver Canucks backup goaltender Eddie Lack  is ready for the upcoming Heritage Classic after getting a beautiful new set of vintage gear from Brian’s Custom Sports.

Living up to their nicknames as The Custom Goal Company, Brian’s came up with a perfect take on the maroon and tan retro Vancouver Millionaires jerseys that the Canucks will wear against the Ottawa Sanators  at the outdoor game at BC Place on March 2.

The “V” logo for the Vancouver Millionaires, who won the Stanley Cup over Ottawa back in 1915, has been incorporated beautifully into the front of the otherwise stock SubZero Pro2 pads, and on the face of both the matching G-NETik blocker and glove. Lack’s No. 31 and matching striping is also incorporated into the sideboard of the blocker.

No word yet whether Lack has a matching custom chest-and-arm, but given he only needs it for one game, chances are he’ll just used his existing, fully customized G-NETik upper-body unit for the Heritage Classic game.

Lack is certainly no stranger to the incredible custom work turned out by Brian’s. His custom Chicago Wolves equipment last season was inspired work, with a vicious looking team logo on the front of the pads and both gloves. There was some hope the personable Swede might include a Johnny Canuck on his set this season after finally making the Canucks this season, but that will have to wait.

For now, enjoy his new retro-look Vancouver Millionaires equipment, and be sure to check out the custom Brian’s gear Chicago Blackhawks backup Antti Raanta will wear for their outdoor game at Soldier Field in Chicago next week.


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About The Author

Kevin Woodley

Kevin Woodley is a rec-league target and former contributing editor of the Goalie News magazine. He has written about the Vancouver Canucks and NHL for The Associated Press, USA Today, Sports Illustrated and The Hockey News for the last decade, and covered the 2010 Olympics for The AP.