The two sides in the NHL labour negotiations struck a tentative deal early Sunday morning, bringing an end to the 113-day lockout.
However, there is no such deal with the hockey fans caught in the middle of the labour strife.
We asked our Facebook fans to let us know what they think should be done to make things right, and there were three consensus requests:
Bruce Creamer: "Half a season…half-price tickets for the remainder."
Cody Mcfarland: "Opening night league-wide should be free, and all home openers. Plus make the first game of any season ticket holders free and give them the one-game cash refund."
Sylvain Elie: "Free tickets…that's the only way you are going to get me back!"
Thirsty for concessions
Scott Valpey: "Free beer for fans during first period!"
Donna Eldridge "3 free beers a game for the rest of the season and Bettman pays for them."
Bryan Nich "Half price EVERYTHING!"
Patrick W Mulroy: "An apology/statement from Commissioner [Bettman] and NHLPA head Fehr together"
David Allan: "An apology for their childish and greedy behavior, especially at a time when many people are struggling to hold down a job and make a decent wage. Both sides deserve equal blame; the billionaires fighting with the millionaires."
Neal Alderson: "They can start by not painting "Thank You Fans" on the ice... How about a forum for fan input and clearly showing the fans herlped shape that input."
Now that you've heard a few of your fellow fans' ideas, we want to know which one you think is the best choice, or choose "other" in our poll and give us your own idea in the comments section!