FRIESEN: Jets need to get tough on mask policy

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Paul Friesen

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Nov 12, 2021  •  29 minutes ago  •  4 minute read  •  Join the conversation

Masked fans at Canada Life Centre in Winnipeg for an NHL exhibition match between the Jets and Ottawa Senators on Sunday, Sept. 26. While the majority of fans are complying with the mask rule, there are too many who aren’t. And the lack of enforcement from True North Sports and Entertainment has left some fans more than a little concerned. Photo by KEVIN KING /Winnipeg Sun Article content

Ken Neill’s family has had Winnipeg Jets season tickets for decades, going back to the first edition of the team.

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Sitting at centre ice in Row 1 of the 200 section, he shares four of the best seats in the house with a group of others.

The view so far this season, though, has him worried and frustrated, even a bit angry.

It’s got nothing to do with what’s on the ice, but what’s around him in the stands.

While the majority of fans are complying with the mask rule, there are too many who aren’t.

And the lack of enforcement from True North Sports and Entertainment has left him and his wife more than a little concerned.

“I get people are getting tired of it,”…

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