The NHL lockout is officially over after the league and players' association finalized a memorandum of understanding regarding the new labour deal signed last weekend.More
The league's board of governors ratified the collective bargaining agreement on Wednesday after club owners voted in favour of the new deal reached early on Sunday after a 16-hour meeting. video
The NHL commissioner Gary Bettman has apologized to hockey fans for the lockout that delayed the start of the season by three months. video
Even though the latest NHL lockout required 113 days to solve, several players will not be ready to join their teammates when training camps open. Some players have not completely healed from lingering ailments from last year and some suffered injuries playing in Europe.
Which teams benefited from a compressed schedule in 1995, the last time the NHL played a 48-game season? Who might it help this time around? What else can we learn from the last lockout-shortened campaign?
Watch as the economic impact of the NHL lockout is weighed and evaluated on the Lang & O'Leary Exchange.
NHL training camps are expected to open on Sunday. Deputy commissioner Bill Daly said that the ratification process for a new CBA should be completed on Saturday. video
Hockey Night In Canada commentator Elliotte Friedman explains how the NHL's new salary cap recapture system affects players with long-term contracts.
We asked fans what they want as compensation for the NHL lockout, and while there was no clear answer, we received some interesting suggestions and what it will take for some fans to forgive and forget.
Don Cherry says fans soon will witness the"dynamite" hockey that a 48-game season brings once the NHL's new collective bargaining agreement is ratified. video
Sure, NHL fans are angry about the lockout. But the many fun storylines surrounding the Canadian-based teams will pull them back in, writes Tim Wharnsby.
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