It seems inevitable that a lockout will at least postpone the start of the upcoming NHL season. Signs could also point to this being an extended work stoppage.
According to a current NHL player, the union has informed players that they should enroll their school-age children in the district closest to their offseason residence…not the city in which they play.
For an excellent look at the revenue-sharing issues that are helping to drive the impasse, Dispatch reporter Aaron Portzline had an excellent blog entry today.
And for a look ahead at the next negotiating session between the NHL and the NHLPA this Tuesday, there’s a piece in the New York Times that does a nice job of setting the stage.