This season's CBA chatter rather ominous
ST. PAUL, Minn. -- On what usually is a weekend of celebration, the NHL began digging in Saturday for what might be a long, cold, hockey-less winter that could bring seismic changes to a sport already threatened by low TV ratings and declining attendance.
As the NHL's Board of Governors discussed plans for a possible
lockout later this year, the players who would sacrifice millions
of dollars apiece during a labor impasse warned they won't cave in
even if the negotiations last a year or ...
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