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NHLNHL lockout Day 47: Fan's comment of the day

Posted: Thursday, November 1, 2012 | 12:57 PM

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Minnesota brewpub owners Sean O’Byrne says his business is down 20 per cent since the start of the NHL lockout. (Jim Mone/Associated Press) Minnesota brewpub owners Sean O’Byrne says his business is down 20 per cent since the start of the NHL lockout. (Jim Mone/Associated Press)

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Coach's Corner star Don Cherry gave his gloomy outlook on the NHL lockout Thursday, telling CBC's Metro Morning radio host Matt Galloway the season will be lost if a CBA agreement isn't reaches by Jan. 1.
Coach's Corner star Don Cherry gave his gloomy outlook on the NHL lockout Thursday, telling CBC's Metro Morning radio host Matt Galloway the season will be lost if a CBA agreement isn't reached by Jan. 1.

As usual, the charismatic broadcaster drew plenty of reaction.

Here is Thursday's fan's comment of the day from Facebook user Jeff Parks in response to Don's remarks.

"Grapes it's been over since the "negotiations" started. Both sides are spoiled children who need to look at the world around them and how their lack of professionalism has impacted tens of thousands in related businesses. Sad mark on hockey."

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