Prior to the latest NHL CBA meeting in Toronto, here’s the latest notable posts from around the NHL blogosphere.


Could there be an end in sight for the NHL lockout?

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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