NHL Week in Review (January 12-18)

The NHL and NHLPA made the decision this week to cancel the 2020 World Cup of Hockey in what could be a signal for the upcoming opt-out dates for both sides in the CBA.

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2018-19 NHL Preview: 5 Stories

The NHL season is about to begin and with it comes a host of new stories to look at from new faces in new places to big moves by the NHL to expand their control over a crowded North American market.

NHL Week in Review (April 2-8)

In the midst of a great playoff race the NHL spoiled the story when they came out an announced that they wouldn’t be participating in the 2018 Olympics launching plenty of criticism.

NHL Week in Review (February 26-March 4)

The NHL free agency era came into full focus this week when a fan favourite player returned to his former home in a scene that is only going to be more common.

NHL Week in Review (November 13-19)

The NHL made their move this week as they put the decision whether to attend the 2018 Olympic Games up to the NHLPA and the players with one big caveat that might change the minds of some players.

2016 World Cup of Hockey Report (Day 6)

The World Cup of Hockey is through the first stage and overall it has been a success but the real questions come with what the future holds for the NHL, NHLPA, and the 2020 World Cup.

NHL Week in Review (April 24-30)

The NHL Playoffs were not the focus for at least one day this week as the NHL Draft Lottery took the headlines with one team getting a chance to change their franchise for the foreseeable future.

The Season That Almost Wasn’t (NHL Season in Review)

October is a great sports month for any sports fan as it can be the busiest time of year for the sports world. The National Football League is in the second month of their season, Major League Baseball is in the midst of the playoffs, and the National Basketball Association is just beginning their season. Of course there is another of the big four leagues in North America that starts in October as the National Hockey League begins its march to the Stanley Cup.

Time for Puck Drop

The NHL and NHLPA have consistently sent some mixed messages over the last few months and the media has not helped. There have been some close calls in recent weeks where reports surfaced that the NHL and NHLPA may have finally come to a deal. Many of these reports would be false as the NHL lockout would continue on and close in on another cancelled season.

Unsteady Ground

It is that time again in the hockey life cycle as the Collective Bargaining Agreement is set to expire on today (September 15, 2012). It seems like it is now just a foregone conclusion that the NHL will have a labour dispute and not be able to solve it in time to save the next season.

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