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By John R. Bolton
The president fiddles at his domestic altar while the world burns
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Trent Yawney
As the NHL lockout drags on and more games are canceled, it's hard to find any winners. Owners are losing revenue; players, arena workers and team employees are losing paychecks; and fans are losing the chance to watch the sport they love.
San Jose Sharks coach Todd McLellan has left the team to attend his brother-in-law's funeral in Saskatchewan.
"I think everybody's stressed and frustrated, you can choose your word. There's still some time," Yawney said. "I hope that it gets back to where it needs to be. It's such a great league."
"A lot of those players that were having an impact on the American League at that point were young players," Yawney said. "The next year when the league started, they went up there and they were having an impact in the NHL as well."