they paid $200 million for it... the people that care about hockey will find a way to watch it... this period of time after the lock-out is not aimed at grabbing new fans, it is to stablize the business, when somebody gives you $200 million, how do you pass that up? Certainly not by stopping to think about how to salvage the game's reputation or pretending to give a rat's ass about the fans.So, the fans can't see their teams play, who really cares? We've got our cash.Yessir, there's that NHL braintrust at work again.mick
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