A Public Relations Nightmare?

A Public Relations Nightmare?

Minneapolis : MN : USA | Oct 03, 2012 at 1:58 PM PDT
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Is the lockout a public relations nightmare? I think so. As games are dropped and as fall & winter moves along without hockey, the NHL loses big time. There's no conclusive poll that will prove this but I turned to CBC.ca (Canadian Broadcasting Corporation) to get a Canadian perspective of the how the lockout is being perceived down north.
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