Found January 13, 2013 on Kukla's Korner:
Like everything else that transpired over the course of the NHL's third and most unnecessary lockout, things went ass-backwards on Saturday, and involved a delay that could only involve lawyers trying to rack up as many billable hours as possible. First came the CBA's ratification (with more than a few abstentions) by the NHLPA, and, late on Saturday evening, the NHL and PA finally reached a "memorandum of understanding," even yielding a, "Man, that's bizarre, in other businesses, it's always the other way around" from my 70-year-old aunt(!). When the news dam broke, however, news came cascading down the information pipeline, with the Red Wings officially releasing their 2013 season schedule, unveiling both the date when single-game tickets will be made available for sale (Thursday) while offering perhaps the most refreshing and honest post-lockout slogan in, "Thanks for sticking with us," and the Wings also confirmed the details of th...
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