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Sunday's Dump & Chase: The Lockout is Over!

At long last, the NHL's owners and players have figured out a way to share the billions of dollars showered upon them by fans and sponsors, agreeing early this morning on a new collective bargaining agreement. Will the fans rush back into the building? Will you?

Coming soon to an arena near you...
Coming soon to an arena near you...
Frederick Breedon

Nashville Predators News

VIDEO: Preds ECHL affiliate draws 12,000+ for Teddy Bear Toss… | Section 303
Here's a stunt that never gets old.

Baron’s Stars Shine In Shootout Win Over Ads | Admirals Roundtable
Milwaukee's best took on the star-studded lineup of Edmonton's affiliate (Taylor Hall, Jordan Eberle, Justin Schultz, etc.) and squandered a two-goal lead in the third.

Around the Wide Wide World of Hockey

NHL lockout over after 113 days; Owners, players tentatively agree on new CBA -
A 10-year CBA has been agreed to, and now it just has to be drawn up & ratified. Check here for the major details, which include an 8-year max on player contracts.

NHL, NHLPA still at the bargaining table; Granlund pulled from Aeros lineup |
Last night, the Wild held Mikael Granlund out of an AHL game, to avoid injury risk given the likelihood of NHL training camps opening soon.

Kopitar's knee injury may take 2-3 weeks, so let's give thanks for center depth - Jewels From The Crown
Should Kings fans be concerned, after their star center was injured in a Swedish league game?