Oh boy…please stop.
Parents in Winnipeg bought two tickets to see the Heritage classic between the Jets and Oilers. And why not…that game looks to be outstanding fun. But they found out that everyone attending an NHL game needs to have a paid ticket….even a little baby.
They complained that it was unfair to charge little babies to go into the arena. Incredibly, the NHL reached out to them and offered two more tickets to the game. But the parents declined saying that they needed to change their policy which the NHL refuses to do. Now they’re thinking of filing a human rights complaint. But is going to the Heritage Classic professional hockey game a human right?
I feel these parents. I have kids and they are expensive. Dropping $400 on a sporting event ticket for a little baby is nuts. Personally, I leave the kids with Grandma and Grandpa. Then I can roll red hot with my wife and have some good old fashioned fun.