NHL commissioner Gary Bettman isn't the only one getting a little testy these days.
Fans are understandably fed up with seeing their game held hostage as the 2012 lockout drags on.
Last summer, as hockey's latest labor war was getting underway, we asked for your input.
If you were in charge, what would you suggest as a fair and equitable resolution to the NHL lockout?
At first, answers from readers tended towards practical, even-tempered suggestions.
But lately, frustration is boiling over, and the players are taking the brunt of it:
I work my ass off in the oilfield for money you spoiled brats wouldn't even get out of bed for...
Crosby get a real job at 60k a year and try to take your family to a game...
I can't go to my boss and tell him i want 50% or more of the profits. What a joke...
There's no doubt that both sides have screwed up badly in failing to get the NHL back on the ice.
But are spoiled brats to blame?
Let's look at that question and more as we review the common complaints of enraged hockey fans.
Photo: L.A. Kings captain Dustin Brown enjoys the celebrity life, hanging with the cast of Yo Gabba Gabba (Kevin Winter/Getty Images).