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Let’s Make A Deal: Time For Players To End Lockout

As we close in on “Doomsday”, the fate of the 2013 NHL season lies in the NHLPA’s ability to make a compromise.

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Write Your Own NHL/NHLPA Negotiation Story

Want to write your own story on the NHL/NHLPA negotiations? No problem! Here’s a quick template that will get the job done right the first time every time! Negotiations between the NHL and NHLPA broke down again on (TODAY’S DATE). After a negotiation that lasted (NUMBER) (UNIT OF TIME), neither side was able to come to an agreement. […]

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Apathy: The NHL’s Worst Enemy

Meh. That was my reaction at the latest round of game cancellations – “Meh.” Based on reactions across social media, that seems to be par for the course. The NHL fan base has gone the route of Phil Collins: I got better things to do with my time. I don’t care anymore. I don’t care […]

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PuckNotes: NHL Has Reached Birdemic-Levels of Absurdity

With the cancellation of the Winter Classic, the NHL and NHLPA have all but given up on any hope of playing hockey this season.

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Skate Men Out: How the 1919 Black Sox Scandal Made Gary Bettman

All it took were a few mobsters, some corrupt baseball players, warring owners and a power-hungry Federal judge to set create the first Commissioner in North American sport.

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Dead October: NHL Cancels Games, Shoots Itself in the Foot

The NHL has locked out again and it’s everyone’s fault.

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Picking Scabs: NHL May Have No Choice But to Bring in Replacements

No one wants it to happen and the quality of play it would bring would be slightly higher than dogs on skates, but a move towards replacement players may be inevitable during the Lockout.

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