After a long lockout, South Floridians were hungry for hockey. It’s no surprise, then, that the Florida Panthers have sold out two games this season.
Hockey is back, and it took nearly four months and one long night to get the game back on the ice.
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It says something about your organization when Congress is able to come to an agreement quicker than you. But, such is the state of the National Hockey League and its owner-imposed lockout of the players.
Florida Panthers fans received a lump of coal in their stocking from the National Hockey League this year thanks to the seemingly never-ending lockout. Monday marked the 100th day of the current lockout and negotiations aren’t supposed to resume until later this week.
Any hopes from hockey fans for an NHL season look like they’re about to be put on ice for at least another year.
Most everywhere Lou Billittier turns these days, the Buffalo restaurateur is reminded of the NHL lockout, and its impact on his blue-collar, sports-mad town where Dominik Hasek became a star and the French Connection is still revered.
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.
National Hockey League fans are starting to settle in to the reality that there is not likely to be any games this season. Now, the NHL has suggested taking a two-week break on any negotiations on a collective bargaining agreement with the NHL Players Association.
Hockey fans continue to sit and wait while ongoing NHL lockout of its players continues. There is some hope Friday because the NHL and National Hockey League Players Association are meeting for a fourth straight day of talks to reach a Collective Bargaining Agreement.