Parise on Lockout, Bettman's "bragging;" Bouchard Says He's 95%

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Parise on Lockout, Bettman's
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For those who thought sanity would prevail and there’s no chance that the NHL and NHL Players’ Association would actually halt the positive on- and off-ice momentum of this league, well, you were sadly mistaken. By what I’m guessing is Wednesday, the NHL will announce that the regular-season, which was supposed to begin Oct. 11, won’t start on time. After three days of meetings last weekend to talk about peripheral issues (in other words, not a single thing that could possibly stop the NHL’s second lockout in eight years), today’s meeting to discuss the definition of hockey-related revenue lasted less than two hours and ended with no scheduled future meeting and a league executive saying “no progress” was made.

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