With a potential NHL lockout looming, not only do we here at CBCSports.ca want to help guide you through the labour rhetoric, but we also want you to have a voice.
So beginning Friday until hockey returns, we will highlight one fan's take on the current situation in the NHL.
Want to share your opinion? Send a tweet to @JordanShifman or post a comment to Facebook.com/CBCSports and come back every day to see what fans like you had to say.
With a potential NHL lockout looming, not only do we here at
CBCSports.ca want to help guide you through the labour rhetoric, but we
also want you to have a voice.
So beginning Friday until the game we love returns, we will highlight one fan's take on the current situation in the NHL.
Here's Friday's comment from Daniel McDonald via Facebook.
that remains is this is just completely sad. The kid in me who loves to watch Saturday night hockey is depressed and know how much of a disappointment this
is for kids beginning to like their favourite teams around the world. I
understand their are a lot of major issues this league has to solve, but for
GODS SAKE why wasn't this solved in the summer!!!! For some of the most
powerful, successful businessmen in the world this is pathetic. They will lose
so many American fan bases all of this discussion over revenue sharing will be
pointless because the sport can never grow in this fashion." Want
to share your opinion? Do you think you have a comment that could save
the hockey season? Tweet me @JordanShifman or post a comment to our
Facebook page at Facebook.com/CBCSports and come back every day to see
what fans like you had to say.
Jordan ShifmanJordan Shifman joined CBC Sports in 2007 and is an associate producer. The Carleton University journalism graduate hosts CBCSports.ca's Fan's Corner as well as live chats during Hockey Night in Canada games. Jordan is a fantasy sports writer who works on social media and contests like Hockeyville.
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