Jarome Iginla is a former National Hockey League star that was recently induced into the NHL Hall Of Fame in 2020. Drafted 11th overall in the 1995 NHL Entry Draft by the Dallas Stars, Iginla went on to play 1,554 games in the NHL with the Calgary Flames, Pittsburgh Penguins, Boston Bruins, Colorado Avalanche and the Los Angeles Kings. Known by many as being an absolute dominate power forward in the league, Iginla has always been known as a leader, a captain and a fan favorite.
Cooper Of Canada was a sporting goods manufacturer based in the Toronto, Ontario area. Started in 1949 by Jack Cooper and Cecil Weeks and branded “Cooper Weeks” until June 15, 1971 when the company was renamed Cooper of Canada when Cecil Weeks sold his company shares to Jack Cooper. Cooper was once considered the leader in protective gear and goalie equipment as the company pioneered team colored hockey equipment and the use of nylon, foam, and modern plastics in equipment manufacturing. Some other big name players to wear Cooper in the NHL were Eric Lindros, Pavel Bure, Wendel Clark, Chris Pronger and Dale Hawerchuk.