NHL is greatly affected by China’s epidemic situation

By • Feb 16th, 2020 • Category: NHL Jerseys News

Hockey sticks in serious shortage

Beijing time February 12th, novel coronavirus pneumonia outbreak was affected by the outbreak of NHL coronavirus pneumonia, according to Cbs Broadcasting Inc sports network (CBSSports).

According to NBC broadcaster Pierre McGuire in Tuesday’s sabres vs. Red Wings competition, about 75% of the clubs used by hockey players come from Chinese factories, and the products and components of the production companies Bauer, CCM and true hockey come from China. However, due to the impact of the epidemic in China, the suspension of transportation and trade has prevented the NHL alliance jerseys from receiving new clubs since January.

At present, athletes are more cautious about the use of clubs. Warrior, a US based company, said that players who have used other clubs have contacted them and are willing to change them. The company said that it will rush to produce clubs if necessary.

The chief executive of Bauer said it had spare stocks in the US and Canada.

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