Bill Daly

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Capitals center Brooks Laich skated by the only reporter atthe Capitals practice facility Thursday morning and shouted, Nothingschanged.He was referring, of course, to the stalled labornegotiations

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NHL players will not begin feeling the financial impact of the leagues lockoutuntil the second week of October.

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From Comcast SportsNetDie-hard hockey fans might need to invest in some classic NHL games on DVD.It might be the only taste of hockey for months.There's no telling when the NHL lockout will en

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On Friday, Capitals general manager George McPhee was holding out hope thata last-minute agreement between NHL commissioner Gary Bettman and NHLPAexecutive director Donald Fehr would avert a midnig

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The war of words between the NHL and its players continued late Friday night after the players request for a temporary injunction against a lockout was rejected by the Quebec Labor Relations Board.

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