Monthly Archives: October 2012

Originally posted on Hockey City:
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 at all.…

Originally posted on Hockey City:
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 — lower…

Originally posted on Hockey City:
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. However, it…

Originally posted on Hockey City:
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 the next…