So anyone buying "ken ding mu cai" hockey sticks?

Discussion in 'Fugu's Business of Hockey Forum' started by Beerfish, Apr 8, 2011.

  1. Beerfish

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    (Formerly known as Sherwood) The game of hockey.....made in china. :cry:
     
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    Meh, as soon as things go plastic it goes overseas
     
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    Given the price of sticks these days, I can't really complain about them being made cheaply overseas.
     
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    Both true statements but it is kind of an end of an era. I would like countries that are big in the game to produce the goods for a game and employ people who have a clue about the game.
     
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    much like the short on my back i don't care where it's made, i buy a stick every 1-2 years, i play hockey year round.....but i just take care of my sticks.
     
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    That's just capitalism.

     

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