Hockey managers know how to move
If you don't notice Pete Rogers and Ray Thill during a game, it's probably a good thing. Their business is making sure nothing stands in the way of 25 world-class athletes doing their best on the world's biggest stage.
Equipment managers for NHL teams have a renaissance skill set -- everything from replacing skate blades and sewing to stocking toiletries like hair gel for the athletes to use. Rogers works for the Nashville Predators, and Thill for the Tampa Bay Lightning.
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