players have their own preferences
Professional Hockey Players' Association was created in 1967.
The professional hockey players in Montreal.
Technically, one can become a professional hockey player at no cost, if one plays on scholarship or at public high schools. Often, however, top hockey players would have had to pay for private hockey camps and top quality equipment, which can be quite expensive.
no, their names are on it
The players are responsible for paying for their own equipment.
The owners of the team
I don't, professional players do.
You can't size your equipment, hockey players have different preferences. Some like there equipment smaller for better movement or bigger for more protection.