NHL Fans Everywhere: Lower NHL Ticket Prices For The Remainder Of The 2012-2013 Season
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NHL Fans Everywhere: Lower NHL Ticket Prices For The Remainder Of The 2012-2013 Season

    1. John Woodward
    2. Petition by

      John Woodward

      Markham, Canada

NHL fans have had to put up with 2 labour disruptions over the last decade. We all have sat and watched as millionaire players batted with billionaire owners over who deserved the bigger slice of OUR entertainment dollar.

While we are all happy that hockey will resume in a few weeks, the NHL needs to acknowledge and reward their loyal consumers. Owners should reduce ticket prices for the balance of the 2012-2013 season and playoffs as an act of good will.

If Gary Bettman and the owners refuse this concession, hockey fans everywhere should consider boycotting the NHL's main sponsors. Let these corporate partners know that NHL fans everywhere are tired of being treated as a second class 'cash cows' and we see action at the cash register as our only means of being heard.

We deserve better!!!


Recent signatures


    1. Reached 500 signatures


    Reasons for signing

    • Robert Keys SASKATOON, CANADA
      • over 1 year ago

      We deserve better.

    • Chris Hunt GANANOQUE, CANADA
      • over 1 year ago

      There's, what? 24 home games this season? Lower the prices. Earn the fans back.

    • Melanie Gagnon LIMOGES, ONTARIO, CANADA
      • over 1 year ago

      Because we do spend alot of money on hockey and they make so much money and need to realize if there was no fans than they would be no hockey really

    • Darrel Velichko CARVEL, CANADA
      • over 1 year ago

      If they want support from the fans then the owners should prove it.

    • Erin Belzile NORTH BAY, CANADA
      • over 1 year ago

      Would like to some in the Hockey association think of someone else other then themselves for a change.


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