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Don Cherry adds his two cents to the NHL lockout in 2005

It's always about the money. The big business of professional sports has meant frequent battles between players and owners for a piece of the multimillion-dollar pie. The 2004 hockey lockout was the first in a decade, but over the years sports labour disputes have plagued professional football, baseball, basketball and hockey — resulting in shortened seasons and furious fans.

Hockey Night in Canada commentator Don Cherry talks to Peter Mansbridge about his disappointment with the NHL.

Medium: Television
Program: The National
Broadcast Date: Feb. 16, 2005
Guest(s): Don Cherry
Host: Peter Mansbridge
Duration: 4:19

Last updated: December 6, 2012

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