A shadowy "Deep Throat"-like figure provides the kind of insight into the NHL lockout you can only imagine.
Both the players and owners are to blame for the NHL lockout, but it's the owners' fault for letting it get this far.
Looking for something to do during the NHL lockout? Here are a few suggestions.
In the past, players who hung on too long were a detriment to their teams. In the post-lockout NHL, older players can push the envelope because of a willingness to be progressive in their contract talks.
Lowly seasons forced the Lightning and Blues to make changes, which could reverse their fortunes next season.
You say one of the positives of the new collective bargaining agreement is supposed to be parity? No thanks.
If only Gary Bettman didn't have to be diplomatic, ticket-holders could see the situation more clearly.
Peter Forsberg will leave Colorado to play in Sweden. He won't be gone for long, though.