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NHL lockout

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Four a.m. isn’t a prime time to be in a meeting or announcing big news. But the NHL was at work Saturday night/Sunday morning while many of us were sound asleep, announcing that the framework...

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Over the three and a half months that the lockout has taken place, many of the players took to the ice in Canada and overseas. Others chose not to play any hockey while they waited...

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If you listen closely, you can hear hockey fans from the east coast to west celebrating. And, no, it’s not because Team USA won the WJC. The NHL lockout is over. Yes, you read that correctly....

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In the midst of a continuing NHL lockout US and Canadian fans and players alike have been left wondering how to get their hockey. Lucky for them, long before their was an NHL lockout there...

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The hockey seasons isn’t dead…yet. After a late night, the NHL and the NHLPA have made some progress in their negotiations, while some reports show a bleaker outlook with a full season cancellation coming if...

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New offer from NHL sparks hope

December 28, 2012

We’ve heard it before, but this time it’s different. According to ESPN, the NHL has offered a new proposal. The information came via a player, who obviously requested anonymity. According to the player, the proposal...

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As of Sunday, more than 700 members of the NHL Players’ Association began voting to decide whether they should allow the executive board of the union to file a disclaimer of interest. The move would...

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The NHL is not holding back when it comes to showing the players they are serious about this lockout. Toronto Maple Leafs player Joffrey Lupul recently tried to go out to eat at a nearby...

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Amidst questions about the looming fiscal cliff this past Thursday, President Barack Obama took the time to answer a question about his thoughts on the ongoing NHL lockout. Frank Vascellaro, a reporter from Minnesota snuck the question...

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When the NHL anounced that it would lock out the players on September 16, many players fled the country, opting to play in European and Russian leagues to stay fresh. For the Blackhawks’ Patrick Kane,...

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