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Published October 24, 1997
AL-based Hibbert Sporting Goods announced the pricing of an IPO of 1,133,197 shares of common stock at $27.75 per share. The offering is being underwritten by Smith Barney, NationsBanc Montgomery Securities, the Robinson-Humphrey Co. and BancAmerica Robertson Stephens (Hibbert Sporting Goods). ...The NHLPA is "trying to encourage players to buy" off-ice disability insurance, as players won't receive such insurance under the CBA in effect until 2004. The NHLPA says there around 200 NHL players who don't have the off-ice disability insurance (DETROIT NEWS, 10/24).