In the shadow of the NHL’s latest CBA proposal, an interview with a girl with an unusual protest of the NHL lockout, two more bloggers bid farewell to covering the NHL, five teams that’ll benefit from the lockout, the night a young Gordie Howe was nearly killed, and more.

PUCK DADDY: Greg Wyshynski interviews a girl who refused to shave her legs in protest of the NHL lockout (ew!), and theorizes why more NHL fans haven’t cancelled their season tickets.

Will NHL fans come flocking back post-lockout?

Will NHL fans come flocking back post-lockout?

THE HOCKEY WRITERS: Jeff Ponder explains the real problems facing the NHL and how to fix them, while Mike Miccoli believes the fans will return to the NHL post-lockout.

FIVE FOR HOWLING: Travis Hair explains why he’s decided to pack in his full time blogging of the NHL.

PUCK BUDDYS: An interview with Rob Discher over why he’s decided to quit blogging about the NHL.

THE COPPER & BLUE: Derek Zona examines the five teams which benefit most from the NHL lockout.

GREATEST HOCKEY LEGENDS: Joe Pelletier looks back on the night a young Gordie Howe was nearly killed during a game.

Islanders blogger BD Gallof took to Twitter to list the top ten things not in the NHL’s latest CBA proposal to the NHLPA.

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