What does it take to be a fan? What responsibilities does a fan have? How should a fan conduct themselves? Is filling a building every night enough? These are the questions I’ve been asking myself this season. I’m disappointed as the next guy but do we think it’s fun to work as a professional athlete or hockey ops in this city? It should be more positive, we have 97 and a brand new arena. Enjoy it. We have the best player and building on earth. Does having season tickets, a twitter account, a jersey or a handful of tickets give you permission to be abusive on social media? Does playing junior B make you a potential GM candidate? I can guarantee you this city is not fun to play in anymore. It’s toxic. We have the quietest building in the league. We chirp our players in public and social media. Our general manager, coaches, some players and families avoid going into public places in this city. I’m not blaming the lack of success on the fan base. But we are a factor. Players legitimately leave us off their list, and it has nothing to do with weather. Most of you have made watching the oilers less fun.