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VANCOUVER, BC - JUNE 15:  Rioters try to flip a car on June 15, 2011 in Vancouver, Canada. Vancouver broke out in riots after their hockey team the Vancouver Canucks lost in Game Seven of the Stanley Cup Finals.  (Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)
VANCOUVER, BC - JUNE 15: Rioters try to flip a car on June 15, 2011 in Vancouver, Canada. Vancouver broke out in riots after their hockey team the Vancouver Canucks lost in Game Seven of the Stanley Cup Finals. (Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)
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The NHLPA took a big hit today when they lost support of the poor-writing, hypocritical crowd via the Copper & Blue mailbag:

Oh oh !!! Dummy and bullshit alert !!!

You and a shitload of other " media" folks are tryin’ real, real hard to make it sound like fans are backing the players …..

But they aren’t …. Just talk to them. Just read your own fuckin’ comments section – fans telling you that you are full of shit, but you are arguing in your bestest union asskisser ways ….

The only fans I know backing the players are folks that belong to unions, and figure the players and the p.a. are their comrades. This idea is both hilarious and fucking idiotic.

Listen with your ears open to people on the street, in pubs, in hockey equipment stores – the p.a. and players are getting ripped hard. And rightly so.

Look, the owners are villains, they are very wealthy, so on and so on …. Doesn’t bother me.

Some fucktard hockey player dressed in a designer suit wearing a $5000 watch, bitching about his job and his boss ??? That is utterly fucked up.

For the record, some players worked hard to get where they are, others floated through on talent and a poor attitude …

If the players want to run the league, or run a team, why don’t they buy a team, or start their own league ??? Oh yeah, because then the union has nobody to fuck over ….

The p.a. and the players are fucking assholes

Kris

With support like this, the owners will surely break the NHLPA, a group clearly more concerned with designer suits and watches. Someone should get word to the owners - to maintain support through this lockout, stick with JC Penney and Seiko.