Found November 17, 2012 on
Boston Bruins defenseman Johnny Boychuk is the latest player to head to Europe to play hockey while the NHL is locked out as he and EC Red Bull Salzburg have agreed to a deal. Boychuk becomes the first NHLer to sign with Salzburg since the lockout began and becomes the 11th Bruin to play in [...]
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Johnny Boychuk makes #11. 11 Bruins are now overseas and it pains me so much in my gullet. Confirmed by two of Boychuk's relatives on Twitter today, it looks like Destroychuk is a goner for now. He's heading to Austria!
@jonfdoy yea Sulzburg Red Bull here he comes
— Sam Boychuk (@SaBoych) November 16, 2012
I hope everyone likes their Red Bulls...
As the NHL lockout continues to deprive fans of games, at least one executive is staying positive.
Bruins president Cam Neely still holds out hope that a season can be salvaged. The NHL and NHLPA are scheduled to resume talks on Monday after a brief hiatus. With games cancelled through Nov. 30, the next cancellation could extend the lockout into December, and further worsen the effects...
This NHL lockout may literally be driving some people crazy.
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