No argument from me I do agree. They are free at this time but will they stay free? I would venture a guess that sooner or later there will be some type of fee attaced. Maybe they already charge you by way of property taxes.<quoted text>
Stay confused? That's funny. I haven't watched an NHL game since they started this season. After 3 lockouts/strikes since this "new era" of hockey, I've had it with a bunch of millionaires and billionaires fighting with each other over money.
There are a half dozen Junior A teams within very easy driving distance that also get frequent TV coverage. There's the AHL as well which quite honestly, are often times better than NHL games anymore.
So I still gets my hockey fix, I just don't have to pay the whore known as the NHL to get it.
Jan 28, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Red Deer Advocate
One benefit of the National Hockey League strike: it gave people time to play outside on real ice! But outdoor skating could face the same difficulties as the NHL - a drastically shorter season or outright cancellation.
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