One player, Brandon Dubinsky, told Larry Brooks in the NY Post that visors are not in his plans:
“You know, one of the most fun things about the NHL was getting to take my visor off,” Dubinsky told Slap Shots on Friday. “One of things I looked most forward to about playing in the NHL was that I could take my visor off and now that I’m here, there’s no way I’d want to go back and have to put one on.Dubi says that his mother, father, fiancee, and agent all want him to wear one.
“I guess I’m stubborn, but that’s the way I feel about it.”
More on this at the Calgary Sun.
Chris Pronger, who had an eye injury, and has been told that he has to wear a visor if he wants to play again told reporters that they didn't want to know his stance on visors. This is certainly the big issue in the NHL now.