The National Hockey League announced yet another round of cancellations on Friday, wiping out all regular-season games through Dec. 14, as well as the All-Star Game in Columbus, originally slated for Jan. 27.
With hopes of preserving an 82-game season swiftly dashed after the passing of the NHL's self-imposed Thursday deadline, the league announced another chunk of cancellations Friday.
The NHL, mired in a lockout with the players, announced Friday that it is canceling its regular season through Nov. 1. A total of 135 regular-season games were scheduled for Oct. 11 through Nov. 1.
The NHL has canceled all preseason games through Sept. 30, the league announced Wednesday.