Ottawa Senators face wrath of angry fans

With the NHL lockout now in its third month, the Senators can expect to see their sales of...

With the NHL lockout now in its third month, the Senators can expect to see their sales of merchandise drop dramatically this Christmas season. (Errol McGihon/Ottawa Sun file photo)

BRUCE GARRIOCH, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 12:24 AM ET

OTTAWA - They are shaking in their skates at Scotiabank Place.

When this whole mess between the NHL and the NHLPA ends with a collective bargaining agreement both sides can stomach to end the lockout, it will be the fans the Senators have to worry about.

With Day 92 of the lockout arriving Sunday, many in the Senators offices are wondering what kind of financial hit they’ll take when hockey returns, possibly in January, if at all this season.


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