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Quick Hits: Hockey Was Supposed To Begin Tonight

The Tigers blew it, but at least tonight we have hock...oh wait. Crap.

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At the Joe

Former Chiefs on the move thanks to NHL Lockout - SportsLink - - Oct. 10, 2012
I think Peter DeBoer would've worked out much better last season.

Budd Lynch was the voice of the Red Wings - The Globe and Mail
Some move love for Budd Lynch.

Mickey Redmond joins Red Wings on ice for informal skate, hoping to be back in the booth soon |
Mick is just getting back into shape for when the league starts using replacement players.

Nicastro anxious for rookie season - Detroit Red Wings - News
Kid could make the NHL in a few years when the lockout finally ends.

Around the NHL

NBC Sports Network’s college hockey coverage begins with "Icebreaker" tournament | ProHockeyTalk
This tourney happens in Kansas City at the Sprint Center. I'm going to be there Friday. Knowing it's on TV, I need suggestions for a sign to bring.

Cherry to players: stop bad-mouthing the owners on Twitter and in the media | ProHockeyTalk
Oh shit, I agree with Don Cherry. This sucks.

Ryane Clowe: Players aren't cracking - Cross Checks Blog - ESPN

A 12-team NHL: How would our fake Philadelphia team look? - Broad Street Hockey
This is a really cool project as long as you don't think too much about the person they let draft a Detroit team. All-in-all, the brain-trust took 9 Red Wings players, which leaves the percentage of Red Wings players making up the league roughly the same.

2012 NHL Lockout: NHL, NHLPA Meet On Playing Conditions, Health Issues - Defending Big D
Bill Daly told media Wednesday that the cancelled preseason and first two weeks of the regular season will cost the league and players a shared $230-$240 million.

2012 NHL lockout: Alberta Labour Relations Board rules in favor of league - Matchsticks and Gasoline
The Alberta Labour Relations Board has ruled in favor of the NHL and against the NHLPA on Wednesday, stating that the league's lockout is lawful in Alberta, according to an ALRB release.

Mainstream Media And It's Lack Of Respect For The Blogger - Second City Hockey
Greg Boysen isn't some anonymous blogger and his voice isn't going away, no matter how much the traditional media would like it to.

Let's Go Red Wings.