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    Players Would Prefer Icing to NHL Lockout

    Category: Uncategorized, Posted on December 23rd, 2012 by admin | Comments Off

    As the NHL labor dispute drags on, many players are expressing anxiety. It is not the multimillionaire Sydney Crosbys of the league that are suffering. It is the marginal players who often make great personal sacrifices in order to get a few minutes of garbage time or a little time on a fourth line that [...]

    Cold Negotiations Keep Hockey Players Off The Ice

    Category: Uncategorized, Posted on December 22nd, 2012 by admin | Comments Off

    Just when it looked as though there might be a deal in the NHL lockout, negotiations broke down again this week. As of Thursday, talks ended with no date to resume negotiations. The ice is melting swiftly. If a deal isn’t reached within a month, plan on no NHL for this season. Twenty-nine games and [...]

    Hockey Owners Freeze Players With Lockout

    Category: Uncategorized, Posted on December 18th, 2012 by admin | Comments Off

    It is looking more and more as though the NHL lockout of the players by the owners will result in the total loss of the 2012-13 professional hockey season. It would be something of an understatement to say that negotiations are at a standstill. The two sides in the dispute seem to have drifted apart [...]

    NHL Players Still Waiting to Skate in 2012

    Category: Uncategorized, Posted on December 15th, 2012 by admin | Comments Off

    With the NHL lockout reaching the end of its third month, players are chomping at the bit to get back into slap-shooting and fore-checking in games that count. While some of the players have temporarily signed with other organized hockey leagues around the globe, others are running scrimmages closer to home. Players are hoping the [...]

    National Hockey League Lockout Chills Fans

    Category: Uncategorized, Posted on December 11th, 2012 by admin | Comments Off

    The 2012-13 NHL Hockey season appears to be a bust as the players association (NHLPA) fights for bargaining rights. The squabbling continues as the latest labor talks fizzled out and died on the table. Angry and heated debates over the last few weeks have taken a toll on everyone involved, including the rabid fans; they [...]