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Performance Sports Group CEO Hits a Home Run at the NYSE

by TheStreet

Performance Sports Group CEO Hits a Home Run at the NYSE

by TheStreet

Performance Sports Group changed its name from Bauer and began trading at the New York Stock Exchange on Friday. The stock immediately went higher. CEO Kevin Davis demonstrated its innovative new bat from the newly acquired Easton company. Performance dominates in hockey equipment and hopes to do the same with baseball. Davis also talked to TheStreet about the growth of lacrosse, which is growing 10% annually. Performance bought Cascade Helmets as well and that company is a leader in lacrosse equipment. The technology from the lacrosse helmets is now being used for new hockey helmets.

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