Prior to the latest NHL CBA meeting in Toronto, here’s the latest notable posts from around the NHL blogosphere.
DEFENDING BIG D: Brad Gardner believes the NHLPA’s response today to the NHL’s latest CBA proposal could determine the fate of this season. He’s right, y’know?
HOCKEY TRACKER: Is the NHL’s latest CBA proposal a fair deal or a PR move? Probably a little from column “A” and a little from column “B”.
STANLEY CUP OF CHOWDER: Cornelius Hardenbergh provides some interesting stats (courtesy of John Buccigros) regarding a recent ESPN sports poll on the NHL lockout. Worth checking out.
DEADSPIN: Brad Petchesky examines Bain Capital’s attempt to take over the NHL during the 2004-05 lockout. No, seriously, Bain Capital really wanted to take over the NHL back then.
NHLNUMBERS.COM: Cam Charron on the effect of the 2004-05 NHL lockout upon the league’s attendance.
LIGHTHOUSE HOCKEY: An excerpt from H.R.R. Tolkein’s “The Fellowship of the Revenue”.
HOCKEY ANALYSIS: David Johnson breaks apart individual point percentage.
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