As mentioned last week, we are in Hawaii to be part of a social media conference in Honolulu.

So we have guest blogs all week.

Here’s Today’s Author ArtVanedaly From Twitter

(This is is pic with a drunk NHL Deputy Commissioner Bill Daly)

A couple of weeks ago I was approached by YaJagoff.com to write about my views on the possibility of the NHL locking their players out for the third time since 1994.

I jumped at this opportunity because, in my opinion, Gary Bettman and Bill Daly are a couple of real JAGOFFS.

The NHL decided to cancel the first two weeks of the 2012-2013 season because Gary Bettman, Bill Daly, and the owners were not able to come to an agreement on how to split up 3.3 billion dollars of revenue with the NHLPA. Really, YA JAGOFFS??? Buy a calculator.

These guys cancel the entire preseason, a move experts have estimated lost at LEAST $100 million dollars, on what planet does that ever make sense? The time has come for YA JAGOFFS to suck up your egos and get something done. A lock out effects everyone associated with the NHL all the way down to the arena workers.

It is bad for the sport, it is bad for the cities, and it is bad for the FANS YA JAGOFFS.

Thanks again to ArtVandelay!! Be sure to follow him on Twitter

2 COMMENTS

  1. You’re f’n right! It IS bad for the sport of hockey! All that money, and they can’t figure out what to do with it. I know the hockey players are extremely talented and deserve a proper salary, but, it is a bit crazy about how much money is involved in any sport when there are people in our country working hard for little pay. How about lowering the costs of tickets so the average person can at least afford to go see a game?
    Figure this out, for puck’s sake!

  2. Jagoff bloger, do you set up and manage social media for companies and organization’s? I know for companies it’s way more than it is for the average person. Maybe you could contact me and we could talk about this. I have some business associates that I know are struggleing.
    Richard

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