NHL Announces New Ways That It Will Screw Fans in 2010-11 Season [HUMOR]

November 13th, 2009 by Aaron Tom Leave a reply »
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Even more programming glitches, higher ticket prices, and an abundance of teams in financial difficulty are just a few of the new things hockey fans can look forward to in 2010-11, league sources have announced.  "We are excited to constantly be on the forefront when it comes to constantly ripping off our small fan base, and 2010-11 will certainly be no exception," NHL spokesman Gary Meagher stated in a press release.  "We're looking to get Versus taken off of even more satellite and cable providers, for starters, and actually aiming to air no actual NHL games on our NHL Network.

"Plus, as fans already know, there are a few teams in financial difficulties around the league, such as the Phoenix Coyotes and Columbus Blue Jackets, so we're already eyeing even more obscure, less hockey-interested communities to move these franchises to."

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