Monthly Archives: October, 2012

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158 Statement from Bill Daly

from the NHL: STATEMENT FROM NHL DEPUTY COMMISSIONER BILL DALY NEW YORK (October 4, 2012) —  National Hockey League Deputy Commissioner Bill Daly today issued the following statement concerning the cancellation of the 2012-13 regular-season schedule through Oct. 24: “We were extremely disappointed to have to make today’s announcement. The…

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20 Here’s my story for LoHud.com and The Journal News

By Rick Carpiniello rcarpini@lohud.com So much for the Rangers needing to start the season with eight games on the road due to Madison Square Garden’s renovations. The first five of those games were, not surprisingly, among the 82 games canceled by the NHL on Thursday due to the league’s lockout…

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10 Fehr blasts NHL over cancellations, non-negotiations

NHLPA Statement from Don Fehr re: NHL Game Cancellations TORONTO (October 4, 2012) – Don Fehr, National Hockey League Players’ Association Executive Director, released the following statement regarding today’s decision by the NHL to cancel games through October 24, 2012: “The decision to cancel the first two weeks of the…

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21 NHL cancels first 82 games of the season

From the NHL: NHL ANNOUNCES CANCELLATION OF 2012-13 REGULAR-SEASON SCHEDULE THROUGH OCTOBER 24 NEW YORK (October 4, 2012) —  The National Hockey League announced today the cancellation of the 2012-13 regular-season schedule through October 24.  A total of 82 regular-season games were scheduled for Oct. 11 through Oct. 24. The…

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76 Grim and grimmer

Yesterday’s news out of the lockout sham wasn’t good, and here’s some bad news. It’s going to get worse. Bet on that. Also, I’ve been incorrect in something, and I’m ashamed of myself. I’ve been saying that this can’t get serious, that neither side will be budging much, until the…

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51 Guest blogger: Ken Lewis

The State of Hockey: from a Player to a Coach to a Fan … Maybe Not Too Much Longer By Ken Lewis I grew up in Brooklyn in the 60’s and 70’s. Hockey was usually played on Chicago Roller Skates with a black roll of electrical tape as your puck.…