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Tag Archives: lockout
Fans will come flocking back to the NHL because the league is more than just a collection of teams — it’s a community and shared frame of reference. Today I was reminded how NHL fandom is a community that lets us feel at home no matter where we are. Continue reading
How should fans react to the end of the NHL lockout? Ease up on the hyperbolic, “I’m never coming back” statements and remember the NHL is just a business. Sadly, now you should treat it as such. Continue reading
If Canada Post’s employees delivered their packages using a stick or wearing a number on their back, history’s shown that Canadians would be much more forgiving of their labour stoppage. Continue reading
Looking at the formula behind the NHL’s resurgence following the self-imposed lockout. Continue reading