Thursday Chum Bucket: Comparing the NHL and NBA lockouts

Bruce Bennett
  • Elliotte Friedman breaks down the similarities in rhetoric and strategy between last year's NBA lockout and the NHL's current work stoppage. [CBC]
  • Former Sharks first rounder Charlie Coyle and fellow Wild prospect Mikael Granlund are tearing it up in Houston and represent the future for Minnesota. [Sporting News]
  • What were the best free agent signings between the 2005 and 2012 lockouts? [NHL Numbers]
  • Apple's Siri has taken to taunting hurricane victims and NHL fans alike. [Slate]
  • Choose Your Own Adventure: Try your hand at playing Donald Fehr and see if you can end the lockout. [BoC]
  • Not hockey-related but our friends over at Athletics Nation provide a pretty good defense of Moneyball in the face of some post-World Series gloating mixed with stupidity (always a great combination!) by the San Francisco Chronicle. [Athletics Nation]
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