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03-04-2013, 01:19 PM
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Originally Posted by TieClark View Post
In your experiences that may be the case. But I can tell you they don't train the people in their any better than they train the ones at National Sports or Pro Hockey Life. It's all about the sharpener him or her self. Find a guy you like, get them sharpened by him or her only or someone they can vouch for too.
Fair enough, although in the arena shop in my home town it was only two guys who ran the shop, they both did a very good job, and you were sure that one of them was always going to be available. While there are sure to be many good sharpeners at stores such as the ones you mentioned (I work at PHL, we all receive quality training), the guys you like may not always be working on the day you go into the store.

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