UntitledSeptember 26 2008 at 10:43 PM
|Anonymous (no login)|
Hockey Canada is clearly broken and must be fixed. Fix the problem and the private leagues wonít be as much of a concern anymore. Donít strongarm local arenas, parents and little kids because of their own (HCs) inadequacies.
I donít think itís fair to say that if you buy a car from me, you canít go across the street and buy a car from a dealer across the street. I believe Intel and Microsoft have both tried this and wellÖ. they both lost their legal battles and were heavily fined.
This sort of business tactic is illegal in Canada and should be subject to governmental/legal scrutiny. Certainly the simplest of minds should see this.
Hockey Canada should retract this policy immediately and come up with kindler, gentler approach that doesnít impact the children in any way.
|September 27 2008, 12:33 PM |
Hockey Canada is the best example of the old boys club trying to keep the dying empire alive! You'd be wasting your breath trying to convert them since it's never about the kids! Always follow the control, power and good ol' MONEY!