NHL cancels first two weeks of season
(MCT) — With labor negotiations going nowhere — that is, when both sides have actually sat at the bargaining table — the NHL announced on Thursday it was canceling the first two weeks of the regular season.
Despite a record $3.3 billion in revenue last season, the NHL and the players’ union have not been able to put a new collective-bargaining agreement in place. The league locked out the players after the CBA expired on Sept. 15.
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