The NHL and its fans can finally shift their focus to the ice.
The Los Angeles Kings — winners of last year’s Stanley Cup — will open their lockout-delayed season next Saturday.
Hockey is back, and it took nearly four months and one long night to get the game back on the ice.
The NHL has called off all games through Dec. 14, plus the 2013 NHL All-Star Weekend scheduled for Jan. 26-27 in Columbus, Ohio.
After more than two weeks apart and the hockey season hanging in the balance, the NHL and the players’ association are returning to the bargaining table Saturday after more than two weeks off.
The clock struck midnight, and the NHL turned into another sports league closed for business.
The NHL and the NHL Players’ Association are set to resume labor talks on Wednesday at the league offices in New York.
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In between the Mavericks’ party in Miami and the Chris Paul celebration in Los Angeles, business got in the way of basketball.
The NBA lockout has officially outlasted the NFL lockout, and the average sports fan’s patience has officially been tested. November 16th marks the first time NBA players will miss a pay day, with the average […]
David Stern has started up another media tour, taking his message to radio shows, TV shows, podcasts and basically anyone who will listen. He’s not so much trying to go for the PR spin this time though. He’s just trying to speak to the rank and file players. He’s trying, desperately, to make a deal.
NBA Commissioner David Stern says he would consider it a failure if the owners and players don’t reach a deal to end the lockout in the next few days.
A person with knowledge of the plans says officials from the NBA and players’ association will meet Wednesday, less than a week after three days of talks with a federal mediator couldn’t produce a deal to end the lockout.
The NBA players’ association, not Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban, proposed the elimination of the salary cap during negotiations aimed at ending months of labor strife, a league official said Tuesday.