Oh, there was anger, to be sure.
And frustration and disappointment.
But if there was one common emotion welling up from across the National Hockey League in the wake of Wednesday's historic canceling of the 2004-05 season, it was a feeling of regret, of opportunities lost that can never be reclaimed.
"It's probably the worst day in hockey history," netminder Patrick Lalime said Wednesday evening, hours after the season was wiped from the history books.
Lalime has ...
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