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Is hockey the most expensive sport?
Wayne gretzky, Mario lemieux, gordie howe and mark messier quad patch auto card 1/1
Probaly a custom apx
Gryphon makes pretty expensive sticks and so does TK.
bobby Orr of known as Robert Orr. #4 bobby orr
Manchester united (soccer, England)
Warrior makes the most exspensive golves. The warrior franchise are the most exspensive
The older hockey cards like mabey Wayne gretzgy or bobby orr like those kind!
A normal not signed or anything Jersey in the Vancouver Canucks Shop is $219.99. That's got to be the most expensive anywhere! People who buy them must be fools. I cant unders…tand it.
Absolutely. Except for motocross or planes. Horse Riding is also Expensive, since horses are not cheap. Snow Skiing is not cheap either, equipment is expen…sive.
Bobby Orr topps test usa rookie card #35 - approx value $8000.00 plus!
The Easton S19 while a good stick, is defiantly not the most expensive stick at $129. The most expensive sticks are the Bauer Supreme TotalOne NXG and the Eston Stealth RS2.
According to CNBC, the most expensive ticket prices in North American sports on average are: 1. Dallas Cowboys (NFL) 2. New England Patriots (NFL) 3. Toronto Maple Leafs… (NHL)* 4. Los Angeles Lakers (NBA) 5. New York Giants (NFL) 6. Chicago Bears (NFL) 7. New York Jets (NFL) 8. Baltimore Ravens (NFL) 9. Indianapolis Colts (NFL) 10. San Diego Chargers (NFL) 11. Kansas City Chiefs (NFL) 12. Washington Redskins (NFL) 13. Denver Broncos (NFL) 14. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (NFL) 15. New York Yankees (MLB) http://www.cnbc.com/id/35780689/North_America_s_Priciest_Sports_Tickets?slide=16 * Toronto's prices are calculated at an American-Canadian dollar exchange rate of 0.871 which is low for today's standards where the Canadian dollar sits closer to 0.95.
hockey is most popularly played in Canada
In Ice Hockey
not even close. No one has died playing hockey in the NHL or it's minor leagues and very few have died playing in junior, university and international leagues. The most dang…erous is probably either Formula One racing which has more than 40 or 50 deaths. Or maybe motorcycle racing which has more than 100 deaths over the various circuits. Also, if you're just talking in terms of degrading health effects, then the NFL probably has it beat with the number of registered debilitating conditions, concussions, paralyzing spinal injuries, and broken major bones claimed by former players.