Roseau factory bringing back the popularity of wooden hockey sticks

$300 for a hockey stick? Crazy, right? That's the belief being brought back to Roseau, MN by a Colorado based company, BOA Athletics. BOA is the only company in the United States that makes wooden hockey sticks, and they believe their sticks are better than the more expensive composite sticks.
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$300 for a hockey stick? Crazy, right? That's the belief being brought back to Roseau, MN by a Colorado based company, BOA Athletics. BOA is the only company in the United States that makes wooden hockey sticks, and they believe their sticks are better than the more expensive composite sticks.

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