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NHL lockout over!

The NHL and NHLPA have come to terms on a new collective bargaining agreement, which will effectively end the lockout and allow the league to resume regular operations.

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NHLPA ratifies CBA

The NHLPA has ratified the new CBA, but there's still another step for the league to return to regular business.

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Bettman: 'I'm sorry'

Gary Bettman actually said the words "I'm sorry" on Wednesday while announcing that the NHL's Board of Governors had unanimously approved the new CBA.

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Owners ratify new NHL CBA

The NHL board of governors have ratified the new collective bargaining agreement.

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NHL decides matrix for 48-game schedule

The NHL has developed the matrix for the 48-game regular season schedule, which should start on Jan. 19.

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NHL camps expected to open Jan. 13

The NHL is expected to begin training camps this Sunday following the documentation and ratification of the new collective bargaining agreement.

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NHL likely to start Jan. 19, camps over weekend

Despite initial hopes for a 50-game season, it appears the NHL will begin training camps this weekend with the start of the regular season coming on Saturday, Jan. 19.

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Post-lockout FAQ

The NHL lockout is over, and you probably have a lot of questions. Let's try to answer them all, and if we don't, ask away in the comments.

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Hockey returns Jan. 19!

The NHL season would consist of 48 games and begin on Jan. 19, although there is still a chance at a 50-game season.

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Free Center Ice package won't happen

The NHL is back, and they'll likely be doing some things to make amends with their fans. The NHL Center Ice pay-per-view package is probably not going to be free of charge, though.

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A list of available NHL free agents

The lockout is over, and although most of free agency is done until summer, there are still some players lingering on the market.

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Teams, players turn focus to training camp

With the NHL lockout finally coming to an end, NHL teams will need to quickly decide whether they wish to extend training camp invitations to signed junior prospects.

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NHL, NBA lockouts were basically identical

Not all pro sports work stoppages are created equal, but the lockouts that fell upon the NHL and NBA in the last two years were bizarrely identical in nature.

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Lest we forget, the NHL offseason stories of 2012

Summer 2012 was a long time ago. It's also the last time there was significant non-lockout NHL news.

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An NHL lockout timeline

The lockout technically began on Sept. 15, 2012, but the roots of the labor dispute reached back two years. Let's ... re-live it?

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NHL lockout ends, players respond

With the NHL lockout finally over after 113 days, the players took to Twitter. Here are their reactions.

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NHL to play 50-game or 48-game schedule

The NHL will operate under a 50-game or 48-game condensed regular season schedule dependent upon when the new collective bargaining agreement is ratified.

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Beckenbaugh, our hero

The NHL lockout is finally over and United States federal mediator Scot L. Beckenbaugh is being praised for his involvement in the negotiations.

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NHL lockout finally ends

The NHL and NHLPA have come to terms on a new collective bargaining agreement, which will effectively end the lockout.

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