Winnipeg Jets Fans Are the Biggest Losers in the 2013 Lockout

September 28th, 2012 by Anthony Capocci Leave a reply »
Hockey fans from all around the world just want one thing: hockey. But not just any hockey, they want the most prestigious league in the world, the National Hockey League. Dark and gloomy days are upon the NHL, as the lockout could potentially affect the entire season if an agreement isn’t reached between the players and the league.

Fans from all over are disgusted, sick and pretty much just fed up with the way the league has handled the situation. As October nears, hockey doesn’t. The rest of the preseason was canceled and sooner or later the entire regular season will be in jeopardy. And the biggest losers from all of this are the ones who make a franchise run: the fans.

Not enough attention goes to the fans in situations like these. The players see and know it, but the owners and the league seem to be ignorant to the fact that the fans make their franchises go. The fans are the biggest losers here.

The lockout has affected many fans, but none worse than Winnipeg Jets fanbase.

This time last year, the Jets were making their return to hockey as the preseason was just beginning. Fans were excited and thrilled to finally ha ...

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