Gretzky Jofa
 n.— «As a teen he played with a Jofa model made famous by Wayne Gretzky. The lightweight helmet had no internal padding and was not CSA approved. “It wasn’t even made for hockey, it was designed for canoeing,” he said. “Jofa used to send Gretzky letters begging him not to wear it.” Waiver forms for hockey leagues still refer to it as the “Gretzky Jofa” and warn that players can’t wear it.» —“This designer uses his head” by Paul Brent National Post (Ontario, Can.) July 26, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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