At the end of his blog posted Thursday, Hockey Night in Canada Radio
host Gord Stellick said even though he's a passionate hockey fan, he's not interested in the particulars of the lockout
In 1994, he thought the lockout was a life or death issue.
"Now, I don't care," he wrote. "Do what you wish and what you believe is right
or want us to believe is right. Not my problem and not my No. 1 priority
(I guess having two children since 1994 understandably has changed my
Responding to Stellick's column, CBCSports.ca user
high3a points out the NHL has probably lost a lot of fans down south
due to the lockout.
lockout might be a fairly important issue in Canadian NHL market area
and a handful of US ones.
I am quite certain that in a lot of the
American NHL cities there are very few people that are even aware that
this is going on and couldn't care less.
That is where it may kill
NHL hockey entirely and I for one will be glad to see it happen. The only
ice that makes sense in those places belongs in their cocktails.
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