Any hopes from hockey fans for an NHL season look like they’re about to be put on ice for at least another year.
Hockey fans won’t be too happy to hear that the whole season of hockey could vanish if the National Hockey League (NHL) and the player’s association don’t come to an agreement before it is too late.
If you were hoping to see your favorite Florida Panthers and other National Hockey League stars on the ice this season, you’ll probably need to buy a ticket to Europe. After several days of optimistic movement of the collective bargaining agreement talks between the NHL and NHL Players Association, everything fell apart Thursday evening.
The National Hockey League and the NHL Players Association continued talking Tuesday to try and close the gap that remains between the two sides on a potential collective bargaining agreement.
It’s looking more and more like the Florida Panthers may not get to raise any banners this year. The NHL announced Friday that all regular season games through the month of November have been canceled due tot the ongoing owner’s lockout.
Florida Panthers fans may need to become Miami Dolphins or Miami Heat fans soon. The NHL is set to withdraw its latest collective bargaining agreement to the players if the NHL Players Association doesn’t accept it by the end of the day Thursday.
Florida Panthers fans holding out hope for a full regular season of games may have run out of hope. The NHL rejected an effort by the NHL Players Association to restart labor talks Tuesday and no more talks have been scheduled to end the owners’ lockout of the players.
As the NHL owners and the NHL Players Association continue to battle over how to split up their money, the amount of money available to the league continues to shrink.
Florida Panthers fans hoping to see some great hockey may have to break out the DVD collection now that the NHL lockout has been in effect for more than a day.