Lockout created new set of issues for agents

Contrary to popular belief, the NHL lockout has actually made things tougher for agents, not easier.

Updated: June 9, 2005, 2:25 PM ET
By Chris Stevenson | Special to ESPN.com

Well, J.P. Barry got an extra trip to Europe out of it.

So did Steve Bartlett.

Depending on how you feel about Moscow in January, that's either a good thing or one more bad thing.

The National Hockey League's lockout has pretty much been nothing but a Zdeno Chara-sized headache for the agents who represent NHL players.

It's probably something like twice the work for a quarter of the money.

With NHL arenas dark this season because of the lockout, you'd think it would be a great ...

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