Lockout ends with owners' approval
NEW YORK -- In a span of 90 minutes, the NHL showed off its new labor agreement and its new rules, and even had time to find a home for the league's newest phenom.
After a year without action, the NHL crammed lots of it into a busy Friday.
The league's board of governors voted 30-0 to pass the salary cap-based collective bargaining agreement that the players' association overwhelmingly approved Thursday.
"When you look back in a year, five, 10, this era in history -- today ...
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