5thhorseman wrote:Geez, March 2nd is hardly bound to be a cold day! What, does Bettman think we live in igloos 12 months a year?
As for the fans who get to go to a game for once, I hope they have the foresight to borrow a pair of binoculars. I can't think of a better way to turn people off the game than trying to spot the puck at that distance!
Mondi wrote:If by "fans" you mean...owners?
Jovocop wrote:Mondi wrote:If by "fans" you mean...owners?
Nope, the "fans" who show up at Rogers Arena talking and texting on the phones instead of watching the game. "Fans" who actually afford to go all the time but don't really care much about hockey...
Jovocop wrote:It is just another event for most "fans". I don't think they care much about the actual game...
5thhorseman wrote:There's nothing "Heritage" or "Classic" about it.
ORCA wrote:Just look at it as a big outdoor game, and hopefully geared toward kids/family, and nothing more.
Cornuck wrote:If it's cheap enough for a dad to take his kids to their first NHL game, then it will have some use.
If the team is smart, they'll create a 'hockey carnival' atmosphere and give the fans something to get excited about, because the game isn't going to be that good.
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