Consisting of a comfortable 100% polyester double knit on front back and sleeves, and a polyester stretch knit on neck, NHL youth jersey features a soft hand stretch back neck taping on inside neck, authentic debossed dimple print shoulder yoke, and soft hand jock tag applied with zig zag edge stitch. Team embroidered front crest is a light weight tackle...
This is the first and only time I've ever felt the need to review any place. I ordered a custom jersey back in early December and was told it would take 3-4 weeks. Well my first complaint was that the jersey was completed in the time frame, however, for some reason they didn't charge for shipping initially and didn't save my phone number so they had no way of letting me know it was ready to ship. When I finally called looking for it, they told me the story and put it in the mail. The jersey I received was awful. The lettering on the back was completely crooked and looked like a knock off. I got on the phone and the shop apologized and said if I sent it back, they would replace it. A month later, I was told my new jersey was in the mail. This time, individual letters were crooked, and one of the letters was a different color (gold vs. yellow). After playing phone tag with the shop yet again, I'm told my only options are to return the jersey for another one (third time's a charm?) or get my money back. I have multiple jerseys from the shop and none are even close to this bad. I even went as far as calling friends and looking at their similar jerseys from the last 2-3 years, and none compare to the ones that I was sent. For this kind of money, I find it to be a joke. I was nothing but patient with everyone there who tried to help me, assuming that it was because of the holidays that my initial jersey was messed up, but after 3 months and 2 botched jerseys, needless to say, I won't be spending my money at the the pro shop any more.
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In 1998, the Bruins Proshop integrated Retail Pro solutions for their store operations and never looked back. Retail Pro was selected for its ability to be flexible and responsive to unusual business needs of sports industry retailer. From supporting the flagship store, to setting up temporary pop-up locations responding to retail needs, Boston Bruins Proshop is able to leverage the same fast performance and retail management software capability across all points of their business and guarantee great customer and team member experience.
Nach zwei sportlich enttäuschenden Jahren zu Beginn, nutzte Art Ross die Chance, die sich ihm durch die Pleite der Western Canada Hockey League bot. Er verpflichtete einige Spieler, darunter Verteidiger Eddie Shore der im Laufe der Zeit zum ersten Star der Bruins wurde. Das Team schaffte zum ersten Mal den Sprung in das Stanley Cup-Finale. Noch unterlagen sie, aber zwei Jahre später konnten die Bruins zum ersten Mal den Cup mit nach Boston nehmen.[3] Neben Shore waren Dit Clapper und Torhüter Tiny Thompson weitere Stars des Teams. Nicht nur die Mannschaft war zu dieser Zeit in bester Verfassung, auch das neue Stadion, der Boston Garden, war Grund zum Stolz. In den 1930er Jahren kamen noch Babe Siebert und Cooney Weiland als weitere Stars zum Team, doch erst nachdem Ross Goalie Thompson nach Montreal abgegeben hatte und somit Platz für den jungen Frank Brimsek machte, konnte der zweite Stanley Cup Gewinn gefeiert werden. Mr. Zero, wie Brimsek genannt wurde, brachte die gegnerischen Angreifer zur Verzweiflung, während im Angriff die Kraut Line mit Milt Schmidt, Bobby Bauer und Woody Dumart sowie Bill Cowley wirbelten. Mit Cooney Weiland als Coach gelang es den dominanten Bruins 1941 noch ein drittes Mal den Stanley Cup zu gewinnen, doch es sollte für viele Jahre der letzte Cup-Gewinn sein.[4]
The staff at Boston ProShop are AMAZING! I took my little brother in the store after he was upset th...at his friend received a puck from the ice and he did not. I purchased a puck without him knowing and one of the staff members Brian went above and beyond to give it to my brother and play along and say it was a puck off the ice. He told my brother he just shagged it for him and my brother was ecstatic! He was so kind to him and it really made his day. See More
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