Lockout over, now the labor begins for players and coaches

  • Article by: MICHAEL RUSSO , Star Tribune
  • Updated: January 7, 2013 - 6:20 AM

With the much-anticipated, long-delayed NHL season finally to arrive, Wild players scrambled back to town for an abbreviated camp.

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greenhypeJan. 7, 1310:33 AM

It is awsome to have the boys back on the ice BUT, the NHL did not treat us fans well at all. It would be great to see fans boycott the first game of the season. We want pay alot of money to see the game we love and support but neither side gave a dam about the paying public.

medvezhonokJan. 7, 1311:43 AM

I for one have boycotted any NHL game for the rest of my life. Both the players and the owners could care less about the fans. You could see that during the discussions and how they only thought about the money. I now have season tickets to watch the Minnesota Golden Gophers at Mariucci Arena. Wild loss, Gopher gain.

mnmiddleJan. 7, 1311:57 AM

Lets see, 94-95 lockout with half a season being played, 2004-2005 lockout with the entire season lost and now another half season lost. Sorry NHL and Wild, I am tired of you taking local tax dollars for a stadium and expecting that you can get away with not working. I for one will not be going to anymore games to this failed sport. Sure my 4 games a year will not impact the bottom line, but many people I know are doing the same.

rusty74Jan. 7, 1312:44 PM

I'll never set foot in xcel center to watch an NHL hockey game again! nor will I watch on TV!

raywakefieldJan. 7, 13 1:18 PM

How long is the proposed CBA, I mean till the next lockout?

millertribJan. 7, 13 4:40 PM

I am just super excited to receive my 2013-2014 season ticket invoice in about 60 days! I can't wait to write another check so I hope ownership prioritizes this task when the front office staff is brought back to full time.

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