Uhhh P.K., the season is about to start dude. Don't you think you should be focusing on fitting in with your new team rather than writing ridiculously long newspaper ads praising every fiber of your being and simultaneously trolling the entire city of Montreal?
That's the only explanation here, right? Either P.K. wrote this himself or a member of his family did, because - as a person who loves P.K. - I can comfortably say the author of this loves P.K. way too much not to be fucking him or related to him. In fact, if a Canadiens fan is truly responsible for this then they are the worst damn Canadiens fan of all time. They shouldn't sit on those season tickets, they should hand them over to someone that has enough team loyalty to rationalize trading one of the best players in hockey for an older, less talented version him.
I know how this works. There is a grace period where you get to loathe your own franchise, criticize every stupid fucking thing they do, and claim that you like a former player more than your favorite team. That period ends when the meaningful games begin. Trust me, I had a summer where I stared longingly at old pictures of Zach Parise while sitting in a dark room listening to Taylor Swift's best breakup ballads on loop. I questioned if there was something more the Devils could have done to keep him. Shit, I was like a child of divorce in questioning if it was somehow my fault. Then the puck dropped and I had already convinced myself that Damien Brunner was some sort of Swiss savior, and the name of the person that callously skipped town after a finals appearance was nothing more than a whisper in the wind. Granted, that didn't exactly work out, but being a die hard fan rarely does.
So 'Dr. CK and family', get off a grown man's dick. Fan favorites come and go, but the devotion you feel towards a franchise - through good times and bad times - should always remain. Especially when you root for a team that has won 24 motherfucking championships. So you lost one of the most talented, personable, exciting, and charitable players in the entire sport, big deal. Be an adult and act like you are better off without him, no matter how much blind optimism and irrational hatred requires.