Mr. Speaker, as Wayne Gretzky once said, “You miss 100% of the shots you don't take.”
I rise today to speak about two young entrepreneurs in my riding of Vaughan—Woodbridge.
David and Adam Nascimben, ages 12 and eight, had the determination to take the shot of a lifetime. Through their passion for hockey, the two brothers developed the H2 hockey straps.
To Canadians, hockey is not just a sport, it is a way of life.
For those of us who have played the game, we know the nightmare of using hockey tape.
David and Adam brought their original idea of replacing it with velcro to CBC's Dragons' Den, impressing the dragons and making our entire community proud.
I want to congratulate David and Adam on their success.
Their goal was to score a deal, and the boys scored big.
Mr. Speaker, and colleagues and fellow hockey lovers across this land, please join me in recognizing these innovative young entrepreneurs from my riding of Vaughan—Woodbridge.
Merry Christmas, Mr. Speaker.