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JR Boucicaut

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  1. Maybe that's all they could afford.
  2. Friction doesn't come in 1.5" - it comes in either 3/4" or 1". I remember Renfrew had that black core - was supposed to be their premium offering. Not sure if they still offer it.
  3. Half shields and Concept 2s. They purchased Mission-Itech Hockey.
  4. I believe teams stocked up; the post was “continue to get.” That isn’t happening anymore.
  5. Why on Earth would CCM create unbranded steel for LS Edge? Bauer bought Mission/Itech for IP, facial, baselayer and roller hockey. Eliminating a competitor was also a bonus. Mission ice's best days were pre-moving design to Montreal.
  6. They intend on using the profits for their legal fees as they are intending on fighting it.
  7. Just received confirmation that Tydan will cease to sell their steel to dealers as they have been served for patent infringement. They will continue to sell direct-to-consumer through their website.
  8. We cancelled SummerJam at the Prudential Center because we just didn't think we would get enough people to want to travel to NJ at this time. It took me a while to come to that decision but I think it was justified. We'll be back next year - expect to see you there!
  9. Correct. CS's Boot Punch is best for this. And on Graf skates, it's the most pliable toe cap around too.
  10. Here you go - complete with plastic CCM jeweling: https://www.ebay.com/itm/NEW-CCM-SUPRA-ICE-HOCKEY-PANTS-RED-MODEL-HP610-SP-SIZE-SMALL/333096895822?_trkparms=aid%3D1110002%26algo%3DSPLICE.SOI%26ao%3D1%26asc%3D20190711095549%26meid%3D50b4941a0aa745a49918b631ee7c4e85%26pid%3D100047%26rk%3D4%26rkt%3D12%26sd%3D333338236651%26itm%3D333096895822%26pmt%3D0%26noa%3D1%26pg%3D2047675%26algv%3DSellersOtherItemsV2&_trksid=p2047675.c100047.m2108
  11. There was a 610 Professional model as well. Are you referring to that model?
  12. The holes typically don't interfere with each other installation-wise as inline rivet hole patterns are narrower. You can dismount holders, install chassis, and go back if needed. On Mako, however, depending on the chassis, you may have to cut the plastic that wraps under the boot.
  13. Usually what you would do is place the order for the association and then throw in some extra inventory that you can sell in store (at your own pricing structure) for kids who lose their jackets or parents who may want to buy an extra or something like that. An association should not expect you to assume the risk of the whole inventory. I've seen the setup that you've described, but it's the case when the pro shop is owned by the rink/association. Terms are fine if you choose to go that route. And if those sales are going to go through your POS, make sure to get those fees from them as well.
  14. Right, they have their own customizer which isn't available to the general public.
  15. Because the "real" Covert glove isn't available for retail/retail customer customization. Same applies with their girdle shell. They didn't do the customization for those; they were done through a local retailer in Metro Detroit.
  16. CCM made them for Total Hockey, who had acquired the name but CCM still had the license for sticks. TH's plan was to make a full line of equipment. Correct, it was the merchandise acquired in the purchase.
  17. Leetch wore 501s (the old model, not that mid line model from the 00's.)
  18. Just heard back from the Devils; they plan for the building to be open on 6/1. So, that's two months before the event.
  19. My underprotective - Jofa 3175 shinpads and 5044 elbows. Elbows are 20 years old (have a backup pair) and I've had the shins for 16 (obviously older than that, but I have a new pair as a backup as well.)
  20. So this is something that has been weighing on me for the past few weeks; part of me feels that we should be okay for an event for Aug 1. But part of me feels that if I start organizing the event, there's no point of return. Keep in mind that the ice is booked, and I haven't heard anything from the rink in terms of a cancellation. The ice bill is not due yet and I haven't paid anything yet. The pucks and jerseys can be turned around in about a month, so I could essentially order the jerseys on July 1. The money would be due then. But if people aren't signing up due to the fact that they're not sure if the event is going to happen, it makes it difficult to get everything set up because the money isn't there to move forward. The question that I am asking is; is there still interest in the event if it's still a possibility to hold it?
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