Making the case for a class-action fans' lawsuit against the NHL
View from upper level seating during the Toronto Maple Leafs season opener against traditional rivals, the Montreal Canadiens at the Air Canada Centre Oct 7 2010.
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#1 Dec 11, 2012
I think the season ticket holders league wide should also unionize and become part of the collective bargaining process. The league cannot run without them and they should have a voice in how the game is played. In this ridiculous time of the No Hockey League all that's left to try is having the fans decide for them. I also think the players need to forget about their solidarity crap and think about their livelihood that is slipping away. They will never have equality with the owners. The fans already loath the ownership and the administration on bothh sides. When we start to loath the players as well (already started) it will be all over for everyone. Players,suck up your pride and sign the owners agreement, as distasteful as it will be. It's the only way to salvage what credibility there is left.
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