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NHL Lockout Impacts Brand Value

Published on February 13, 2013 By The Hockey Fan

Tweet A lot of people and hockey fans that we have talked to have surprisingly walked right back to the NHL after the NHL lockout that lasted 113 days and saw a revised 48-game schedule resulting in the cancellation of 510 regular season games or nearly 42% of the entire season. It took a lengthy […]

NHL Lockout Continues to Alienate Hockey Fans

Published on December 16, 2012 By The Hockey Fan

Tweet As an NHL hockey fans, how can we continue to show the love for the game that many of us have grown up watching and wishing to be a part of?  Four work stoppages in twenty years, a full missed season and we are on the verge of missing a second full season.  All […]

10 Things That Suck About the 2012 NHL Lockout

Published on December 4, 2012 By The Hockey Fan

Tweet Ok we are all frustrated, but perhaps not surprised with this NHL lockout.  No doubt that there are owners, players, employees and most importantly NHL hockey fans who are frustrated with the pat 78 days of the NHL lockout.  As hockey fans if we just stopped to think about it, the NHL lockout has […]

NHL Hockey Fans Continue to Be Heard

Published on November 15, 2012 By The Hockey Fan

Tweet Day 61 of the NHL lockout is here and it looks like the season is all but lost. Quite frankly as much as we love hockey, we really feel that The League should simply cancel the season already.  I personally have my season tickets to the Western Hockey League’s Kelowna Rockets and will be […]

10 NHL Teams That Benefit from the Lockout

Published on November 7, 2012 By The Hockey Fan

Tweet With optimism running wild with two consecutive days of meetings between the NHL and the NHLPA the question becomes which NHL teams have benefited the most from the 2012 NHL Lockout?  What there are teams that have benefited from the lockout?  Sure in a number of ways: teams that have had key players out […]