Any hopes from hockey fans for an NHL season look like they’re about to be put on ice for at least another year.
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.
Florida Panthers fans hoping to see the team take the ice this season got a major wakeup call Tuesday when the NHL owners crafted a new collective bargaining proposal that mirrored closely that of the NBA and other sports.
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.
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.
The NHL lockout is a little more than 48 hours old, but has already started claiming victims with the Florida Panthers organization.
The Bank Atlantic Center in Sunrise is no more. After the bank was acquired by BB&T, the name on the arena will be changing as well to the BB&T Center.