Found September 17, 2012 on Kukla's Korner:
From the Detroit News's Ted Kulfan: The Red Wings will inform season-ticket holders later this week regarding refund policies for any potential canceled games. The NHL locked out its players Saturday when no new collective bargaining agreement was agreed on. Training camps — the Red Wings were scheduled to begin Friday — will likely be cancelled around the league within the next couple days. Continue reading "Red Wings fans, the team will inform you of its season ticket refund policy later this week"
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