Saving season seems impossible after more games being cancelled

As the lockout continues and the search for a new Collective Bargaining Agreement being inactive, the National Hockey League was forced to cancels more games through December 30.

This comes just last week as discussions blew up in New York City and the whole process is about to forced to start from scratch, pretty much.


Friday, Oct 12: @ Detroit

Saturday, Oct 13: vs St. Louis

Tuesday, Oct 16: vs Colorado

Thursday, Oct 18: vs Vancouver

Saturday, Oct 20: vs Pittsburgh

Monday, Oct 22: @ Anaheim

Tuesday, Oct 23: @ Los Angeles

Thursday, Oct 25: @ Phoenix

Saturday, Oct 27: @ Colorado

Tuesday, Oct 30: @ San Jose

Friday, Nov 2: @ Chicago

Tuesday, Nov 6: @ Winnipeg

Thursday, Nov 8: vs Calgary

Saturday, Nov 10: vs St. Louis

Tuesday, Nov 13: vs Los Angeles

Thursday, Nov 15: vs New York Islanders

Saturday, Nov 17: @ St. Louis

Monday, Nov 19: @ Montreal

Wednesday, Nov 21: vs Dallas

Friday, Nov 23: @ Columbus

Saturday, Nov 24: vs Columbus

Tuesday, Nov 27: vs Edmonton

Thursday, Nov 29: vs New York Rangers

Saturday, Dec 1: vs Minnesota

Tuesday, Dec 4: @ Edmonton

Thursday, Dec 6: @ Vancouver

Sunday, Dec 9: @ Calgary

Tuesday, Dec 11: vs Calgary

Thursday, Dec 13: @ Toronto

Saturday, Dec 15: vs Detroit

Tuesday, Dec 18: vs Tampa Bay

Thursday, Dec 20: @ Carolina

Saturday: Dec 22: @ Tampa Bay

Sunday: Dec 23: @ Florida

Tuesday, Dec 25: Merry Christmas!

Wednesday, Dec 26: vs Philadelphia

Friday, Dec 28: vs Washington


More money is being lost in all thirty cities. It is truly disappointing those who rely on the NHL season, who work at the arenas will have to be forced to find a new job in this tough economy. Businesses will start to feel the effects and by the time the season rolls around next season–yes, next season because there won't be a season this year–some of the might be gone.

And those who lose their businesses can thank the NHL and the PA for fighting over a few million dollars.