Rock Out for the Lockout: NOW That’s What I Call Lockout!

Now That's What I Call Lockout!

Now That’s What I Call Lockout!

With the NHL lockout firmly in place and both sides entrenched for what may be a long, drawn out battle, we’re taking this opportunity to explore the musical side of the National Hockey League. Each week, we’ll see what happens when hockey and music collide. Join us as we Rock Out for the Lockout.

And NOW, all your favorite lockout hits have been compiled into one massive collection!

Now, That’s What I Call Lockout!


Check out all our hockey-rocking hits!

– “Hockey Sock Rock” – Phil Esposito and the Ranger Rockers!!!

– “Champion” – Sasha Belyi featuring Alexander Ovechkin

– “Hit Somebody!” – Warren Zevon

– “As the Story Goes” – Theo Fleury

– “Clear the Track, Here Comes Shack” – Doug Rankine and the Secrets

– “Before” – Jim Schoenfeld, from his debut album Schony

– “Red Hot” – The 1987 Calgary Flames

– “The Penalty Box” – Dave “The Hammer” Schultz

“Step Outside” – Grinder, featuring Darren McCarty

– “The Leafs are the Best” – The 1993 Toronto Maple Leafs

The NHL Draft Class of 2012

“You Shook Me (All Night Long)” and more – The Washington Capitals

Happy Holidays from the San Jose Sharks and Chicago Blackhawks

“The Ballad of Wendel Clark” – The Rheostatics


With the CBA settled, look for the final entry of Rock Out for the Lockout coming up this Wednesday!


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