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Dave Bolland...no, you didn't say it, but retweeting it is no different.
Add him to the growing list...White, Versteeg, O'Neill, Prust, Chelios and now Bolland.
Quick, accept the latest proposal before they say something that reflects their intelligence again.
BTW, why is ridiculous? You do know that BOXING used to be the most popular sport in the US, right? Hockey is not even a blip on the screen. Hell, BofA spent more for lawyers last year than the NHL made in revenue.
You know what would happen if fans stayed away? The weakest teams (at the moment since they always rotate) would fold and the remaining owners would be the hardest of the hardliners (Jacobs, Wertz...) and fight the players that much harder.
There's nothing fans can do except choose not to be fans anymore. That's what happened to me with baseball in 1994. It was tough at the time because I was a bigger baseball fan then than I am a hockey fan now (hard to believe, eh?) But after a few years I got apathetic and now I just don't care about baseball. As mad as I was at the players (and Fehr) then, and hated to hear a single thing about the game, eventually I got over it and now I can go or watch...but I care about it as much as I care about darts and bowling - probably less.
I still haven't been to a baseball game since that strike. Watched and wagered on plenty of games, but no direct revenue from me.
I'll do the same with the nhl
I disagree it would do nothing. Don't you think it could influence a decision on a future lockout? I do. Your reaction to baseball could very well be what I'm suggesting. Fan apathy as opposed to a conscience avoidance of the sport as I suggested earlier. I don't know. But it's interesting that baseball hasn't closed down again since 94....
we need to get all the players on the juice?