POLL: Your current feelings on the NHL lockout

The NHL and NHLPA can’t seem to agree on things. That much they’ve agreed to.

Talks between the two sides appeared to have some positive momentum two weeks ago and it looked like there was at least a possibility NHL hockey would return this Friday. That went up in smoke quickly.

So, here we are 45 days into the lockout. All the games that were set to be played in October and November have been cancelled.

What’s next? Any suggestion is only a guess. Nobody really knows.

But, what about you, the fan of the game – what are you thinking?


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  1. Mike Thornburg says:

    I’m more than happy to watch the Monarchs. They are looking good! Those are my sentiments. I am so pissed at not getting to see the Kings defend the Cup, I can’t see straight. So, I choose to watch the Monarchs and see those kids play and try and figure out the Kings’ roster in two years.