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This morning, it was the League offering their own statement on their stance of the lockout that commenced at 12:01 a.m. this morning.Now, the NHLPA has released a video that features players like David Backes, Jonathan Toews and Sidney Crosby talking about how this is an "Owners lockout" and the sacrifice they've made and are willing to make.
Enough of the PR propaganda. Start working towards getting the season to start on time. Either side isn't getting any sympathy from me nor should they from anyone else.
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The NHL is in the midst of another lockout, which is rather depressing for hockey fans. It's equally as frustrating for players like Sidney Crosby, who are itching to settle the ongoing labor dispute in order to return to the ice. Crosby and a number of other players appear in a video message that's become popular on the Internet. The players express a desire to get back...
There is is going to be a must follow during the lockout it is , @dchesnokov. He tweeted this out late Sunday night
#KHL Magnitogorsk VP tells SovSport he spoke w/Crosby's reps re: "hypothetical" of him playing w/Malkin in Russia; no negotiations." #Pens
— Dmitry Chesnokov (@dchesnokov) September 17, 2012
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Pittsburgh Penguins center Sidney Crosby is exploring his playing options as the NHL lockout reached its second day. Russia's Kontinental Hockey League has the most money to pay a star player like Crosby, but it may not be willing to insure his $104 million contract. Concussions have limited Crosby's play the past two seasons. The KHL did sign star players Evgeni Malkin...
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Let's face it: the lockout's only a few days old, and already it sucks. What more reminder can we need? Well, as our friends at The Pensblog found out, the NHL's team pages are as blank as blank can be when it comes to members of the NHLPA. While not as blank as the Pens' site, the Blues have replaced David Backes' face with a stylized Blue Note. Witness: