Biggest Winners and Losers from the 2013 NHL Regular Season

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Biggest Winners and Losers from the 2013 NHL Regular Season
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The Chicago Blackhawks and Patrick Kane were sensational during the 2013 regular season.

Maybe it was just relief.

Relief that there was a season. Relief that the lockout finally came to an end. Relief that hockey fans did not have to listen to Gary Bettman's whining for a full season.

However, when hostilities came to an end in January and players put on uniforms once again, the 2013 hockey season was a revelation.

Instead of playing 82 games, the season was truncated to 48 games. That meant that every game was important and fans got their money's worth every time they attended a game or watched it on television.

When every game counts, the entertainment value is quite high. For a shortened season, there was no shortage of winners and losers.

Here's our take on the winners and losers from the 2013 regular season.

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