The 2012-13 NHL Lockout was awful. For fans, for owners, for players. It wasn’t fun waking up to read news of more and more games cancelled with no end ofRead More
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The end of the NHL lockout has obviously ignited a great deal of discussion, due to the many new aspects of the soon-to-be-ratified collective bargaining agreement. Of course, one of the mainRead More
As I groggily woke up at 5:30am on Sunday morning, phone still in hand from reading lockout updates on twitter as I fell asleep, one tweet read clear: Deal isRead More
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 ofRead More
I err on the side of caution with almost everything so bear with me when I say this.
When the NHL comes back, whenever that might be, you will too. And so will you. And you. And you in the back there…you, too.
It’s been a long 104 days without the NHL in our lives. We’ve missed Opening Night, one of the greatest days of the year for hockey fans. We missed a 2011-12 Stanley Cup Championship banner raising in Los Angeles and the subsequent talks of a championship hangover when the Kings fail to go undefeated in the first month of the season. We missed what could have been the most bizarre 24/7 yet between the Detroit Red Wings and Toronto Maple Leafs, filled with awkward Phil Kessel moments and more insight on why Pavel Datsyuk is utterly peculiar off the ice but a pure magician on the ice.
Most importantly, we missed a lot of hockey at the professional level in North America