I know that the Higgs mechanism has some analogous models to theories that describe the behaviour of quasiparticles in condensed matter, like in superconductivity and other spontaneous symmetry breaking byproducts.
I tried to ask a few experimental researchers in the field if the equivalent of the "Higgs boson" (not Higgs mechanism) in those systems has ever been detected. But I have received mixed responses, some saying yes, some discarding the idea.
So I ask here, has there ever been a detection of a condensed matter equivalent Higgs quasiparticle boson or collective excitations of their equivalent "Higgs field"? If no, why? If yes, how close is the analogy to the [vacuum] Higgs boson?