Found October 12, 2012 on Bloguin Best:
We've talked a lot about the NHL lockout lately. We've covered various sides of the topic, including the face behind it - Gary Bettman - as well as the fans suffering through it. One area we haven't covered are the veterans near the end of their careers. This group of players will arguably be hurt by an extended lockout the most as they prepare to hang up their skates. With that we discuss which NHL veterans might be hurt the most if the current lockout lasts a full season. It's a requirement in every lockout article that we note this whole post could become obsolete if the owners and players come to their senses. Make it happen, guys. It's also worth noting that this list is an admittedly brief one. Let us know who we missed in the comments. Teemu Selanne This is the most obvious one. Selanne is one of those rare players that you're forced to respect regardless of which team you pull for. Selanne transcends rivalries and is one of the most liked pl...
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