Early this month I blogged there might be some faint light glimmering in the dark tunnel of this fall’s National Hockey League’s lock-out.
But no, not so fast!
While more talks did take place, they didn’t seem to...
It’s a trying time to be a hockey fan.
As David Sommerstein reported in mid-October, a stand-off between owners and players has lead to no games and frustrations galore.
CBC’s Hockey Night in Canada has been a...
Dec 24, 2004 — Canadians have now endured more than three months without professional hockey. Team owners in the National Hockey League have shut the league down. They want the players to agree to a cap on their salaries. The players have refused. At this point, it looks like there may not be a hockey season at all. Karen Kelly talked to people on Bank Street in Ottawa to find out how they're coping. Go to full article