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[twitter-follow screen_name='hockeycitylive'] How badly has the lockout hurt the NHL? Throughout the lockout many fans have said they would not come back to the game once it resumed. It’s hard to say whether or not they meant that or were just frustrated. In my opinion, no true fan could give…

Originally posted on Hockey City:
[twitter-follow screen_name='hockeycitylive'] This is potentially the biggest week of the NHL lockout. More specifically, Thursday is the biggest day. It is the deadline to save a full 82-game season. There have been rumors going around that if there is no deal in place by Thursday, there will be no season…

Originally posted on Hockey City:
[twitter-follow screen_name='hockeycitylive'] NHLPA Executive Director Donald Fehr’s unedited letter sent to players on Friday, Oct. 19, 2012: Here is a brief summary of the three core-economic proposals we made [Thursday]. Each has the players’ share declining over the life of the agreement. Each of the proposals has substantial cost reductions…

Originally posted on Hockey City:
[twitter-follow screen_name='hockeycitylive'] Yesterday the NHL met with the players’ association to discussed the NHL’s most recent offer. Many fans got excited when they got word of a 50/50 split of Hockey Related Revenue. There was a buzz around the hockey world that the season would not be lost after all.…

Originally posted on Hockey City:
[twitter-follow screen_name='hockeycitylive'] The NHL has made a press release stating that games have been cancelled through November 1. This doesn’t come as a surprise based on the outcome of yesterday’s negotiations. A total of 135 games have now been cancelled. If the NHL doesn’t get a deal in place within…

Originally posted on Hockey City:
[twitter-follow screen_name='hockeycitylive'] Many things will change now that the lockout is underway. For the fans it is obvious; no NHL hockey to watch. This is hard for us because we now have to find something to fill the void. For players and team personnel, things may be a little more…

Originally posted on Hockey City:
[twitter-follow screen_name='dphillips17'] September 7th is a day the hockey community will never forget. One year ago today, the Kontinental Hockey League was ready to get the 2011-2012 season underway. That quickly became overshadowed by the worst tragedy in sports history. On September 7, 2011 a plane carrying Lokomotiv Yaroslavl, team…

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