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In a sport as rough as this one, a hockey player mouthguard is a must for anyone wanting to keep his or her teeth. Find the best hockey mouthguards in this collection from top brands CCM, Guard Lab, and Shock Doctor. We offer youth to senior sizes in an array of colors, including clear and translucent mouthguards. Each mouthpiece from Pure Hockey is designed to offer a moldable custom fit, either using the traditional boil-and-bite method or through gel fit technology. Since formative hockey years coincide with the braces years, we supply several options in hockey mouthguards for braces to fit comfortably over orthodontics.
Pure Hockey carries the most protective ice hockey mouthguards on the market. You’ll get the best prices on these products thanks to Pure Hockey’s low-price guarantee.
NHL players use pro-level, custom-molded mouthguards prepared by dentists or orthodontists. You’ll find the mouthguard brands Guard Lab and Shock Doctor used among NHL players, the same brands represented in this collection.
Yes, players should wear a mouthguard in hockey to protect their teeth, jaw, lips, and gums. The USA Hockey Rulebook states that all hockey players, including goalkeepers, “in the 12 & under (Youth and Girls’) through Youth 18 & under (including High School) and Girls’ 19 & under age classifications are required to wear a colored (non-clear) internal mouthpiece that covers all the remaining teeth of one jaw, customarily the upper.” In some adult leagues, a mouthguard in hockey is not mandatory.
To choose a hockey mouthguard, start with the proper size. Most hockey mouthguards are sized to match the age division. Youth size fits youth division players, junior mouthguards fit junior division players, and senior-sized mouthguards fit senior players. Then, search for the protective and comfort features you want. Some players prefer gel tech, some prefer a thin, low-profile mouthguard, and others want to spend a little extra for shock absorption materials on the outer plate.