ABOUT GOALIES RULE
Goalies Rule is a celebration of great goalie masks from the 1960’s, 70’s and 80’s. Even though the era of face-fitting masks has passed, these masks are timeless in their beauty and simplicity. Goalies Rule marries some great goalie mask images with three great products - t-shirt, pillows and coffee mugs. These products will make fantastic gifts for the hockey fan / goalie fan in your family. These products are fun, iconic and really eye-catchingly beautiful. And they can be purchased at our new website Heritage Sports Stuff.
We are a Direct-To-Consumer (D2C) company making Direct-To-Print products – what this means is that if you place an order with us today, your product will be made for you within 2-4 business days and shipped to you anywhere in North America from our production facility in the US - either in Michigan or North Carolina.
Your satisfaction is guaranteed. If you receive your purchase and you are dissatisfied for any reason, just let me know and I will make it right either by refunding your payment in full or sending you another product.
Goalies Rule is owned and operated by me, Scott Sillcox of Aurora, Ontario. I’m a real person and I’d like to have nothing but delighted customers. If you have any questions, comments or suggestions, please call or email me.
ABOUT SCOTT SILLCOX
My name is Scott Sillcox and I live in Aurora, Ontario, Canada – 45 minutes north of Toronto. I have been in and around the licensed sports products business for the last 20+ years. I am also an old goalie and a bit of a sports history nut.
For 16 years I owned Maple Leaf Productions and we specialized in products that celebrated the history of sports uniforms as well as stadiums/ballparks/arenas. I was a licensee of the NFL, MLB, NHL, CFL and through a related company, NCAA/US colleges. You may have seen some of our products along the way - one of our more popular NHL products is shown below:
Since I sold my business in 2010, I have been a consultant to people wanting to enter the licensed sports product business. If you want to know about that type of thing and have nothing to do for 8-10 hours, you might want to read my 12 part blog about sports licensing: Introduction to An Insider's Guide to the World of Licensed Sports .
I have two blogs:
This blog shows virtually all of the uniform and stadium artwork that we created, and tells the stories behind the uniforms. If you love the history of uniforms and stadiums, you might enjoy this site.
This blog is designed to share information not available on the internet - my way of giving back and helping people interested in the world of licensed sports products. I am available for consulting to existing and potential licensees and my goal is simple: to help my clients make money by being a better licensee and/or save money by avoiding pitfalls.
I also have a number of websites: