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$100 REFSTUFF.ca Gift Certificate Winner

Posted by Craig Jenner on 8/25/2018
Congratulations to Natasha Perry, winner of a $100.00 gift certificate presented by REFSTUFF.ca and TEAMSTRIPES.ca.

Visit TEAMSTRIPES.ca for your chance at the next monthly $100.00 gift certificate.

PARTNERSHIP ANNOUNCEMENT with TEAMSTRIPES.ca

Posted by Craig Jenner on 8/25/2018
PARTNERSHIP ANNOUNCEMENT
REFSTUFF.CA is proud to announce our partnership with TEAMSTRIPES.ca , a new online source for education, development, training and news affecting Hockey Officials.  REFSTUFF.ca is providing a  monthly $100.00 gift certificate to a selected TEAMSTRIPES visitor, providing products for video equipment reviews and registration links for instuctional courses.  TEAMSTRIPES.was founded by longtime REFSTUFF.ca customer Brandon Bourgeois who is currently a University and AHL official.  We strongly suggest visiting TEAMSTRIPES.ca for video and audio interviews with NHL offiicals, short concise instructional videos and video product reviews.  Visit TEAMSTRIPES.ca or goteamstripes on Instagram and Facebook.  Stay tuned for information on a course conducted by Don Koharski, NHL Manager of Officials. 

2016-7 Season end

Posted by Craig Jenner on 4/19/2017
The 2016-7 season has just about drawn to a close for most of us.  I hope it was an enjoyable season for you.
As we look toward next season, we are looking forward to a couple of new products that we think may become standards in the referee's equipment bag.

Both Bauer and Force have indicated that a padded shirt to wear under your jersey is in the works.  For many years we have stocked Ball Hockey protective jerseys to fill this void.  These new offerings will be designed specifically for hockey officials.  

The other new product is a cut-resistant shin sleeve by Force.  These combine the functions of the traditional shin tight (keeping shin pads in place and preventing your pants from getting caught in the back of your skates) with the protective properties of cut resistant fabric to help prevent serious achilles tendon injuries.

Shin Tights

Posted by Craig Jenner on 7/29/2016
Shin Tights have been around for several years and serve two main purposes:

     1. They keep your shin pads in place and reduce the need for tape or elastics.
    
     2. They prevent that embarrassing look when your pant legs get caught in the back of your skates.