Found January 06, 2013 on The Pensblog:
  #dregerface saved the season, by the way.   The last time we were all having a hockey convo it was sometime last June when the Pens traded Jordan Staal. It feels great to be back. We haven't been this excited since Christoper Lloyd didn't die in Back to the Future.   What will the schedule be? When will the season start? What is the cap?   Answers to those questions and how they affect the Penguins after the jump.     When does the season start? As of Sunday night, still not clear. The CBA still needs to be ratified by the Owners who may meet between Tuesday and Wednesday according to John Shannon.  There is even talk that camps could open as soon as Wednesday.   Shero told Penguins.com he doesn't know if it is going to be a five or seven day camp.   By the way, you'll know when the CBA is done when Pens.com returns players to background. They had to strip all of those graphics away when the...
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