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Tampa Bay Lightning contracts / salary cap situation at the moment


With the revelations that have leaked out this morning regarding the 2013 NHL CBA negotiations and the potential for two amnesty buyouts (which have not been detailed to clarify the rules of such buyouts), here's the current status of the Lightning against the NHL salary cap for this season.

All The Kings Men Podcast: 30 Fans In 30 Days - Phoenix


My return appearance on the podcast hosted by Kings fans Jesse Cohen and The Royal Half. Coyotes ownership, the NHL lockout, and the team's sweaters are among the topics we discuss.

New Selänne post (posted 12th of October)


Selänne talking about lockout, his day routines etc... As usual, crappy translation can be found in the comments. (It's a little late for this, but I've been busy)

Former Lightning goaltender Dwayne Rolson turned down coaching gig with Toronto Maple Leafs franchise


He might be turning 43 in a matter of days, but Dwayne Roloson still wants to play in the NHL.But the Toronto Maple Leafs wanted him to try his hand at coaching. A role that Roloson turned down. Roloson became an unrestricted free agent on July 1st. He's just as locked-out as any other NHL player, though.

Florida Panthers layoff unknown number of employees


From ESPN: Panthers president and chief operating officer Michael Yormark released a statement announcing what he called "staff adjustments" on Tuesday, the lockout's third full day. Yormark did not say how many jobs were involved. He cited the league's "work stoppage," avoiding the word "lockout".

Flames assign five more to Abbotsford


In light of the looming NHL lockout, the Flames assigned 18 players to the Abbotsford Heat yesterday including T.J. Brodie, Sven Baertschi, Max Reinhart, Lance Bouma, Roman Horak, Greg Nemisz, and others. Today, Akim Aliu, Paul Byron, Joe Piskula, Krys Kolanos, and Ben Walter joined them.

Lockout Blocked by Canada's Provincial Labour Boards???


This quote from this Montreal Gazette article says it well: "At issue, according to the NHLPA, is that the players’ union is not a group certified by the Quebec Labour Board. The NHLPA adds that, under Quebec law, an employer – the Canadiens, in this case – cannot lock out employees – Habs players, in this case – unless they are represented by a union certified by the QLB." The Ontario government has paved the way in favour of the owners already, so Toronto and Ottawa won't be so lucky. It is also said that the Alberta board has received filings from the NHLPA already. Talks are in progress with BC and Manitoba.

2012 NHL CBA: The worst that could happen


"At this point, talks are recessed." -- Donald M. Fehr. That's paraphrased, as we've seen it in variations on Twitter. This post links over to Defending Big D and provides a better glimpse at the breaking news that NHL Ownership adn the Players Association are at an impasse.

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