Kobe Partners with Let’s Play Hockey!

October 21, 2016

Scarborough, ON – Kobe Sportswear (Kobe) proudly announces an expanded partnership deal with Let’s Play Hockey (LPH), the longest running hockey newspaper in the USA! 

In addition to attending the annual LPH Show in Minneapolis, MN and outfitting LPH staff with Kobe “Velocity” Soft Shell Jackets, Kobe will now sponsor two additional LPH programs.

“Chalk Talk” and “Hat Trick/Playmaker Wall”, highlight accomplishments by an amateur coach and athlete in each issue of the LPH publication as well as online.  Chalk Talk is a Q&A session with a featured coach, discussing everything from their accomplishments to coaching philosophy and practice techniques.   The Hat Trick/Playmaker Wall will honour youth hockey players from the Midwest who score three goals or tally 3 assists in a game.  Featured coaches and athletes will receive a free gift from Kobe and LPH for their participation.

About Kobe Sportswear

Since 1992, Kobe Sportswear has been at the forefront of team uniforms and apparel.  Kobe’s rich sports heritage spans over two decades, outfitting millions of athletes and thousands of organizations worldwide.  Proudly Canadian owned and operated, the company is headquartered in Toronto, ON with international offices in Buffalo and Shanghai.  Domestic manufacturing facilities enable Kobe to provide best-in-class product quality and they are widely recognized as one of the largest domestic hockey jersey manufacturers in Canada.  Visit www.kobesportswear.com for additional information.

About Let’s Play Hockey

Since its inception in 1972, Let’s Play Hockey newspaper has taken a leading role in helping advance the sport of hockey.  In addition to the newspaper, the Let’s Play Hockey TV Magazine Show ran for 12 years on various sports networks.  As a result of its continued commitment to excellence and the advancement of hockey, Let’s Play Hockey is often referred to as “The Hockey Bible” of the United States.  Visit www.letsplayhockey.com for additional information.

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