Olaf Kolzig is a former National Hockey League goaltender who played 719 games in the NHL. He’s currently the Goaltending Development Coach for the Washington Capitals in the NHL. Drafted 19th overall in the 1989 NHL Entry Draft, Kolzig played majority of his playing career with the Washington Capitals except just 8 games with the Tampa Bay Lightning during the 2008/09 season. Kolzig was a well decorated athlete with the Capitals, being awarded the Vezina Trophy in 2000, NHL First Team All Star in 2000, King Clancy Memorial Trophy in 2006 and was crowned a Stanley Cup Champion in 2018 with the Washington Capitals as a part of their coaching staff. Kolzig finished his NHL playing career with a remarkable 303 regular season wins, 41,670 minutes played, 2.71 GAA and a .906 SV%.
Heaton Goalie Equipment was created by Brian Heaton and founded in March of 1988 (Windsor, Ontario). Heaton goalie equipment quickly gained fame and revolutionized the modern day goaltending equipment industry with the unique designs, pad construction and the use of colored materials on a wide range basis. During his prime, Brian Heaton had many big name goalies in the NHL wearing his Heaton goalie equipment in the 1990’s such as Felix Potvin, Martin Brodeur, Marty Turco, Guy Herbert, Curtis Joseph, Olaf Kolzig and Garth Snow.