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No-Star Game

Posted on Thursday 4 November 2004

The NHL has cancelled the 2005 All-Star Game, originally scheduled for Atlanta in February. This AP article notes that the last time there was a lockout in hockey (1994) it ended in January, 1995, and the ensuing season lasted 48 games. This year’s lockout started September 15 and the two sides have not met since September 9.

The message that the players and owners should hear is that there is no uproar among the casual fans. The hardcore fans are depressed and angry, but the casual fan seems not to have noticed that there is no NHL. That should scare the daylights out of the owners and the players.


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