5 Reasons There's a Good Chance the NHL Won't Have a Season This Year

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5 Reasons There's a Good Chance the NHL Won't Have a Season This Year
Brad Penner-US PRESSWIRE
NHL commissioner Gary Bettman.

The Winter Classic between the Detroit Red Wings and Toronto Maple Leafs is the latest casualty of the NHL lockout. The loss of the regular-season’s premier attraction has dealt a blow to the possibility of seeing hockey this season.

Throw in the cancellation of November games and it’s no wonder that there’s a growing sense of pessimism among knowledgeable hockey folk like Don Cherry.

Pulling the plug on the Winter Classic is only the most recent sign that points to the loss of the entire season. Here’s a few reasons why we might not see a single game played this season.

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