Found January 06, 2013 on Puck Drunk Love:
The NHL lockout is over. Actually, it's not officially over but a framework over a new CBA has been agreed upon, effectively putting an end to the madness known as the lockout. The two sides have finally come together and put something down on paper that they actually agree on, according to NHL.com. You might be asking, which side won the standoff? The simple answer is clear - No one.  I've been ready to write this article for months. As the lockout trudged along it became easier and easier to figure out which side would be the winner when the dust finally settled on a new CBA. The details of the new CBA haven't even been released yet, but it's clear that neither side emerges as a victor.  Hockey fans will celebrate that the lockout is over. There's no harm in doing that as long as you keep things in perspective. It's January of 2013.  The two sides should have figured this out a long, long time ago. It never should have reached this poi...
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