Thread: NHL Fan Boycott
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10-13-2012, 08:36 AM
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If the entire season is cancelled, I also will stop attending games. It's almost as good watching on TV. And merchandise sales? Forget that. I lost my Sens hat this summer. Normally I'd get a new one, but I'm not giving them a dime.

It's the perfect way to send a message to owners and players, as each will get around 50% of league revenue. Should revenue shrink drastically, and the NHL and players have a crisis with teams folding, etc., I'll just laugh and think about how those morons could have avoided all this.

Yeah, people came back in 2005: the economy was strong, the new rules sped up the game a lot. It's different now. Companies and individuals are looking to save money. Here's how: cancel your NHL season tickets.

I'd love to see them sink and wallow in the mess they've created. All the while watching the games from my livingroom couch, contributing minimally to their "revenue".

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