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.
The NHL continues to cut off its nose to spite its face with fans after it announced Friday that all regular season games through November 1 have been cancelled. The cancellations come as a result of the ongoing owner lockout in the league.
Fans of the Florida Panthers hoping to see the team take the ice are likely out of luck until possibly through Thanksgiving, according to the Sporting News, thanks to the ongoing NHL lockout.
The Florida Panthers are coming off one of the most successful seasons in franchise history, but it’s going to be awhile before any Panthers fans can see red on the ice at the BB&T Center.
Our long national sports nightmare of NFL replacement officials may be coming to an end as early as this weekend, according to ESPN.com.
The NHL lockout is a little more than 48 hours old, but has already started claiming victims with the Florida Panthers organization.
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.
The Florida Panthers are coming off a division winning season and have real momentum for the future of a franchise that has been an also-ran in recent years. But, that enthusiasm may be gone before it starts thanks to a labor fight in the NHL.
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