Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
There is ample space in the back of the van for the boys' ice hockey equipment.
Tatomir worked with ice hockey equipment for over 30 years.
Mission once produced ice hockey equipment as well.
Micron produced ice hockey equipment in the 1980s and were based in Canada.
He holds four patents on ice hockey equipment.
Koho is a brand of ice hockey equipment that originated from Finland.
Due to the rather risky nature of the sport the participants wear heavy protective gear, usually similar to ice hockey equipment.
Mission is a company that makes roller hockey and formerly ice hockey equipment.
In its heyday, the 1960s through to the 1980s, the company was Canada's leading producer of leather baseball gloves and protective ice hockey equipment.
CCM manufactures a wide range of ice hockey equipment.
Canada's Winter Olympics hero's ice hockey equipment goes walkabout.
Described as a "thinking man's custodian", LeSueur is credited with two major innovations to ice hockey equipment.
They have also manufactured other ice hockey equipment, such as ice skates and hockey sticks.
Cooperalls are a type of discontinued ice hockey equipment, which were made by hockey manufacturer Cooper.
This term stemmed from the visual appearance of the blocker in the pre-modern ice hockey equipment era (also refer to waffle-boarding).
It provides a variety of equipment and has propagated the interest in titanium material for use in lacrosse and ice hockey equipment.
Other equipment involved corresponds directly to basic ice hockey equipment such as a hockey stick, skates, and a hockey puck.
A blocker may also be referred to as a 'waffle' or 'waffle-board' stemming from the visual appearance of the blocker in pre-modern ice hockey equipment era.
There are also some brands that specialize in roller hockey like Tour, Alkali, Revision and Mission (but they make some ice hockey equipment also).
By this time, the pageant had replaced its swimsuit competition with a sportswear competition in which the competitors wore such things as ice hockey equipment, boxing gloves, and soccer kits.
Bauer Performance Sports Ltd. (renamed Nike Bauer during 2005-2008) is one of the leading manufacturers of ice hockey equipment, fitness and recreational skates, and apparel.
Since its inception, the organization has sent hundreds of pounds of ice hockey equipment to Israel and in the early nineties, published a newsletter entitled "The Hockey Shtick".
Roller hockey brands Many of the same brands that make ice hockey equipment also make roller hockey skates including Bauer, Easton, Mission and many more.
Sher-Wood Hockey Inc. is a maker of ice hockey equipment, which it sells under the Sher-Wood, SWD, and TPS brands.
Around the ground floor rink there are 10 skater waiting rooms, a restaurant with room for 200, 2 snack bars, changing rooms, training rooms, 2 skating equipment stores, and one ice hockey equipment store.