Montreal Blocker Two

Montreal Blocker Two




Jeff Hackett is a former National Hockey League goaltender who played 15 season in the NHL with the New York Islanders, San Jose Sharks, Chicago Blackhawks, Montreal Canadiens, Boston Bruins and the Philadelphia Flyers. Drafted 34th overall in the 1987 NHL Entry Draft by the New York Islanders where he was behind Billy Smith and Kelly Hrudey. Hackett split his time with the big club and also the Springfield Indians of the American Hockey League where he won a Calder Cup in 1990 where he earned the Jack Butterfield Trophy for MVP honors in the playoffs. Hackett was claimed in the 1991 NHL Expansion Draft by the San Jose Shark. Traded to the Chicago Blackhawks in 1993, he served as Ed Belfour’s backup for several years. Always considered by many as being reliable and a consistent goaltender, Hackett finally retired from the game on February 9, 2004 after appearing in his 500th NHL regular season game. 

Vaughn Since 1981, creator Mike Vaughn had a vision of making Vaughn Custom Sports a name that goaltenders all over the world knew, trusted and used throughout their playing careers. Located in Oxford, Michigan and London, Ontario, Vaughn Custom Sports has grown from making standard chest protectors in the early 80’s to becoming a world leader in the hockey industry. Some of the top NHL goaltenders have used and trusted Vaughn for years. Stanley Cup champion goaltenders such as Jonathan Quick and Matt Murray have trusted Vaughn goalie equipment for many years and continue to this day. Vaughn has been used by many iconic goaltenders throughout the years such as Carey Price, Ed Belfour, Chris Osgood, Bill Ranford and Andy Moog.

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