Hockey lockout hurts sweater, beer sales in Canada

11/16/2012 | CBC.ca (Canada)

The National Hockey League's ongoing lockout is taking a toll on some Canadian retailers, who are reporting slower sales of sweaters, collectibles and beer. "We’re probably off a good 30% or 40% on what we would normally sell in hockey apparel," said Bob Reaume, owner of Bob Reaume Sports in Windsor, Ontario.

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