With Canadian teams out of the playoffs, Canadians finally see some "action"

TORONTO, May 24, 2012 /CNW/ - Canadians may be passionate hockey fans - but their love affair with on-ice action sometimes puts a freeze on their love life.  According to a Playoff Poll by romantic social network Zoosk.com, a lack of Canadian teams in the playoffs could have actually been a good thing for Canadian couples. The survey indicates that for a significant number of Canadian couples, the focus on hockey can put a strain on their relationship.

"I think most Canadians would happily sacrifice a few date nights to watch a team bring the Cup back to Canada," says Shannon Tebb, Certified Life Coach and Dating and Relationship expert for Zoosk.com. "That won't be happening this year so at least there is a bit of a silver-lining in that people can concentrate on the other loves in their life this spring."

For more information from the Zoosk.com Playoff Poll on the effect of the hockey drought this spring on Canadian couples and singles, please visit: www.paradigmpr.ca/ZooskPlayoffs.


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Sinead Brown
Paradigm Public Relations

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