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The new jerseys will be just another alteration and comparing it to a cockroach in food is laughable.
It’s laughable to you because it doesn’t really matter to you. Doesn’t make you right or your opinion more valuable than people who care on the negative side. I’d say one of those people is the author of the article, and judging by the recs his posts have got here I’d further venture that he and a couple of others find ads on NHL jerseys to be about as appealing as cockroaches in McDonald’s french fries. I’d also bet dollars to donuts that there are things you care about that other people think are laughable, asinine, ridiculous, fatuous, mindless, stupid, etc. etc. That also doesn’t make them necessarily right. That’s the way it is with opinions. I’m sure you’ve heard that opinions are like assholes — everyone has one and they all stink.
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But ask yourself this, without the on-ice product the NHL offers, would they be able to sell any of those other things? Therefore, it would seem that the actual game play is their main product and everything else is a by-product of that.
Yes, the on-ice stuff is the main product. It does so happen though that teams wear uniforms while that product is being sold. In totality the on-ice product contains the secondary product, which is an important part of the presentation.
On a different tangent, hamburgers are McDonald’s main product. Should customers not complain if they find a cockroach in their french fries?