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11-03-2012, 02:47 PM
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Originally Posted by guinness View Post
At this point, I don't even care anymore - that's something the owners aren't realizing about fans like me; I don't care about the NHL and I'm sick of strikes/lockouts. Whose at fault is just wasted hot air, I feel bad for the people that run or work at the restaurants and bars, or the people that work down at the arena, and I've met some of the folks down at the Joe, really great people, they're the ones hurting.

The owners will have their other interests, and the players can play elsewhere, maybe not making as much, but they aren't exactly hurting or working a 9-5.

The NHL is already the most irrelevant pro sport in the US, and it's getting totally pissed away.
I agree with your sentiment (which I find to be rapidly growing in popularity), and especially the bolded. That part is often overlooked in all this. The people who are really suffering as a result of the lockout are the ones with the least amount of leverage and the most to lose. It's really too bad.

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