Andrew Ference Apologizes To Fans Following CBA Deal


Shortly after a new CBA was reached between the NHL and NHLPA early Sunday morning, Bruins defenseman Andrew Ference took to Twitter to offer a personal apology to hockey fans affected by the lockout.

Ference sent out the below tweets to his more than 28,000 followers early Sunday:




It was a heartfelt acknowledgement by Ference and a sentiment that hockey fans will likely see echoed by other players and club officials around the league as the end of the lockout unfolds, as they should.

Fans seemed to be “the forgotten ones” in hockey over the past few months, so a small gesture like the one from Captain Planet can go a long way towards making amends before any pucks actually get dropped.

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Pete Blackburn
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