NHL lockout takes a toll on memorabilia business

Andrew Goldfarb, who owns a Canadian company that sells sports memorabilia, is dealing with a downturn because of the ongoing NHL lockout. "Sales are generated by interest in the sport of hockey," he said. "If people aren't watching the players play, they're not buying product." He should move into new markets and attempt to build his online business, experts say.

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