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Latest Mark Chipman Items
NHL owners and players have met in big groups. They've held smaller sessions. They're tried federal mediators.
The cast of characters in the ongoing NHL labor saga is about to get a bit of a makeover, at least for one day.
Traditional labor talks have made little progress in the ongoing NHL lockout, so the league and the players' association are going to try something different in an attempt to save the season that is slipping away.
Hockey fans in Winnipeg seem to have forgiven Gary Bettman.
The official address of the 2011 NHL Entry Draft reads St. Paul, Minn., but if you listened to the crowd, you'd think the event was taking place in Winnipeg.
Winnipeg's new team will take off as the Jets.
Winnipeg introduced a new head coach and had the seventh pick in the NHL draft.
Thirty-one years after Atlanta lost its first NHL team to Canada, the city could be closer to again having its hockey team move north of the border.
The Thrashers still belong to Atlanta _ for now.