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NO Hockey For The Holidays: NHL Lockout? Bah Humbug (A Very Gary Christmas Celebration) (VIDEO) 1

Posted on December 19, 2012 by Joe Gill

Hockey fans everywhere are TRYING to keep CALM and SURVIVE the latest lockout as it enters it’s FOURTH month.

What a great Xmas present the NHL has given it’s fans during this holiday season!

A BIG OLE LUMP OF GREED COAL!

Well, the NHL owners will feel the wrath of the fans when the game returns hopefully in 2013.

When it comes to buying merchandise and renewing season tickets, the fans will be the GRINCH and SCROOGE the owners where it hurts.

In their HUGE wallets…

END THE FRIGGIN’ LOCKOUT!

 

ST&N Tip Of The Cap To Angry NHL Fans!

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