Posted October 26, 2012

Report: NHL to cancel games through Nov. 30

NHL

The NHL has cancelled all games through Nov. 30, according to a tweet by CBC’s Elliotte Friedman:

The league is expected to announce the latest slate of cancelled games on Friday. The move was expected after the NHLPA rejected the league’s latest collective bargaining agreement proposal. The NHL has withdrawn the proposal that included a 50/50 hockey related revenue split and no salary rollbacks after the self-imposed Thursday deadline passed.


2 comments
JackBriss
JackBriss

I'll never buy tickets again. After 65 years of playing the game and or being a avid fan this is the last straw. I would hope all people would stay out of hockey areas for the next several years until these millionaire greedy people start realizing it is WE the people the fan who pay their salaries. Without us there is no sport.

Thomas Baker
Thomas Baker

I will be contacting the Carolina Hurricanes and demanding a 100% refund for my 2012/13 season tickets. To hell with the union and owners may a pox descend on all of their houses. The people being SCREWED are not the players, but the FANS who already pay exorbitant prices for tickets. Be assured that when this fiasco is finally settled, ticket prices will only go up. I for one will not PAY.