Thursday, October 3, 2013

OK here is the full USA Hockey stick release

Benbrook, Texas October 2nd, 2013 –
FloorballPlanet is proud to announce the arrival of a new USA Hockey floorball stick produced with
unique USA Hockey logo and graphics.
Floorball is safe, fast paced team sport similar to indoor hockey. It is played on foot with a lightweight
stick, plastic ball and rules that are easy to learn. Initially developed in Sweden in the 1970’s, floorball
boasts millions of players worldwide and is played at the World Cup level under the oversight of the
International Floorball Federation (IFF).
“USA Hockey recognizes the cross training benefits of floorball and see it as a great way to develop not
only stick skills but to develop game sense. We see floorball as a valuable complementary sport and
recommend it as part of our American Development Model (ADM) programming.” – Ken Martel, USA
Hockey Technical Director, ADM
“We are excited to be USA Hockey’s partner for the next two years,” says FloorballPlanet co-founder
and US Salming importer Darryl Gross. “Salming is the leading floorball brand in North America and we
are proud to partner with USA Hockey. This initiative will help grow and develop the game at both the
elite and grassroots level. USA Hockey’s decision to implement floorball in its programs and use its
name on a new floorball stick is proof that they recognize the wonderful synergies between hockey and
Salming Sports, founded by Hockey Hall of Fame great Borje Salming, is one of the largest suppliers of
floorball equipment in the world.
FloorballPlanet is engaged in the nationwide development of floorball and offers a comprehensive
equipment selection. Salming Floorball products are available in the United States from and authorized dealers across the country.
For FloorballPlanet, contact Darryl Gross at 817-806-5002 or
For USA Hockey, contact Ken Martel at 719-538-1160 or
2014 Salming Aero 32 USA Hockey Floorball Stick

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Research suggest that eye-injuries are more common in Floorball as compared to Tennis, but less common as compared to Squash (similar to Racquetball).
To minimize this risk of injury Floorballcentral recommend: Use certified protective eye-wear (mandated in many European areas for the youth). Do not lay down on the court. Follow the rules strict on stick height.

Also if you get addicted to this sport - do not blame us!