Bauer Hockey Recalls 2,500 Goalie Masks
Bauer Hockey is recalling roughly 2,500 goalie masks due to an injury hazard.
About the Goalie Mask Recall
The United States Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has announced the recall of approximately 1,200 US and 1,300 Canadian goalie masks made by Bauer Hockey.
According to the CPSC report, the metal wires on the cages can break, posing a facial impact or laceration hazard.
Bauer Hockey has received nine reports of wire breakage, one in the U.S. and eight in Canada. Lacerations were reported in three of the Canadian incidents and the one U.S. incident.
Description of the Recalll Masks
- This recall involves cages on the Concept C1 Goal Mask with Certified Titanium Oval Wire and the NME 10 Goal Mask with Certified Titanium Oval Wire, and the RP NME Ti Titanium Replacement Cage.
- The Concept C1 and NME 10 goalie masks were sold in black or white with a titanium wire cage that attaches to the mask with two screws on each side of the mask.
- “Concept C1” is printed at the top of the C1’s shell. A sticker inside the shell at the jaw also lists the model and size.
- “NME10” is printed at the top of the NME’s shell. A sticker inside the shell at the jaw also lists the model and size.
- The RP NME Ti Titanium Cage is a replacement cage intended for the Concept C1 and NME 10 goalie masks. A side plate reads “Bauer Titanium Oval Wire” and “RPNME Ti Sr.”