The long-delayed beginning of the 2013 NHL season calls for a celebration. Here are some of Boston’s best places to celebrate the end of the NHL lockout.
Felger and Massarotti were joined by Paul Kelly, former Executive Director of the National Hockey League Players’ Association, to discuss the end of the NHL Lockout.
The Boston Bruins hit the ice on Monday, with some of the players taking the chance to apologize to fans for the lockout that cost them four months of hockey.
Before we fully dive in to the 2013 NHL season, let’s go over some burning questions that we’ll need answered over the coming days, weeks and months.
The lockout isn’t even officially over, but some Boston Bruins are already back on the ice.
Bruins forward Shawn Thornton stopped by WBZ-TV’s Sports Final on Sunday night to talk about the end of the NHL Lockout, and what to expect in the shortened season.
Be forewarned, this article will have absolutely no direction and is solely based on an immediate emotional reaction from yours truly.
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Sometimes there are listeners that like to help out with the Toucher and Rich with some original content. One such listener is Mike “Behind The Mic” Callahan. Mike has a brand new song about the frustrating NHL lockout.
A federal mediator rejoined negotiations between the NHL and the players’ association that stretched into the early hours of Thursday morning but still haven’t produced a deal to get hockey back on the ice.