Found September 13, 2012 on On the Duck Pond:
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There are a lot of reasons to hope that a new collective bargaining agreement can be put in place before its expiration on September 15.  One of the best reasons is that there might actually be real hockey news for a change.  Like training camps opening.  Pre-season.  Home openers.  Actually NHL hockey being played.With no new agreement in sight between the NHL and the NHLPA, the world is stooping to creative "journalism," and coming up with stories that really should not be stories.  As with the last lockout, Canada gets very creative about trying to get around basic rules.  In 2004-2005, there was a group who challenged that the Stanley Cup, by original deed of Lord Stanley, was a challenge cup open to the best amateur hockey team in Canada.  The group believed that the NHL had forfeited its right to award the Cup for the year because of the lockout.   Interesting premise, and on February 7, 2006, a settlement was reached in which the trophy could be awarded to non-NH...
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