Welcome to Around the Net, a weekly look through linkage at the Philadelphia Flyers and other news from around the NHL. Will this ever end? I can’t stand it, I just can’t stand it. [Philly.com] [Hockeybuzz] [Puck Daddy] Bryz is out in space again Never change, Bryz, never change. [Broad Street Hockey] Max likes Swiss Miss Max Talbot is playing in the Spangler Cup. [CSN Philly] That’s all for this week, join me next week for more links from around the web on the Flyers and the NHL.
Everything you wanted to know about the CBA but were afraid to ask Here are your updates from the past week on the ongoing collective bargaining agreement talks from around the Web. Hope Springs Eternal After almost two days of round- the -clock negotiations, we are at a crucial point. The lockout could either end soon or the whole season could be cancelled. [Kuklas Korner] [Philly.com] [Toronto Sun] [Eklund] [Puck Daddy] Follow @TSNBobMcKensie and @DarrenDreger on twitter for up to the minute news on the ongoing negotiations.
Welcome to Around the Net, a weekly look through linkage at the Philadelphia Flyers and other news from around the NHL. Here we go again The fun continues with a scheduled meeting on Tuesday between players and owners with no Fehr or Bettman present. [Edmonton Journal] [USA Today] [Philly.com] Lilja Returns Andreas Lilja will be rehabbing with the Phantoms:[Broad Street Hockey] Media troll of the day The lockout is over! The lockout is over! (not really) [Puck Daddy] That’s all for this week, join me next week for more links from around the web on the Flyers and the NHL.
Today is December 3, 2012. Day 79 of Lockout, Part III. Today…we consider ourselves…the unluckiest fans…on the face…of the Earth… There has not been one single game of National Hockey League action contested since the Stanley Cup Finals concluded in Los Angeles on June 11. There have been a slew of negotiations between the NHL and the NHL Players Association with little to no progress made on a new collective bargaining agreement. Even federal mediators, poor babysitters that they are, were unable to talk some sense into these two sides and get them closer to settling this labor dispute. NHL …