PLYMOUTH, MICH. (AP) - The NHL and its fans can finally shift their focus to the ice.
A four-month lockout ended last week. Signatures on Saturday salvaged a shortened season.
The defending champion Los Angeles Kings and most teams in the league practiced Sunday for the first time.
They’re all preparing for a 48-game sprint of a season that starts in less than a week.
Los Angeles will unveil the franchise’s first championship banner Saturday before hosing the Chicago Blackhawks.
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