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Lockout 2012

Why the Luongo rule makes no sense

If early reports about one particular provision in the new CBA are accurate, the implications of the new rule are puzzling to say the least.

Season Saved: Lockout ends after 113 days

After months of negotiating, a tentative agreement has been reached between the NHL and PA on a 10-year CBA that will save the 2013 regular season.

Report: Demers out three weeks with wrist injury

Should the lockout end, Sharks defenseman Jason Demers could be unavailable to the team after sustaining a slash to his wrist.

Six more Sharks games canceled

It's official: there will be no more NHL hockey in 2012 as the league announced the cancellation of all games through January 14th.

Couture: Hard-liners "barely even look at you"

Logan discussed CBA negotiations, playing against Joe Thornton in Switzerland and whether the lockout will damage San Jose's fanbase in a recent interview.

Pavelski, Wingels will be home for Christmas

San Jose forwards become the sixth and seventh Sharks to return to North America from Europe in the last month, potentially in the hope that the NHL lockout ends.

Logan Couture's Twitter feed cited in NHL lawsuit

The league uses a tweet posted by Couture on December 6th as evidence in their 43-page class action lawsuit against the NHLPA seeking to have the legality of the ongoing lockout confirmed.

NHL files lawsuit to confirm lockout legality

The NHL will be taking its show on the road as the venue for its lockout shifts to the court system following the league's filing of two separate lawsuits in response to potential NHLPA decertification.

NHL cancels seven more Sharks games

Having already canceled all scheduled games through the end of this week, the NHL went a step further today in canceling all contests through December 30th, a move made inevitable by CBA talks turning sour.

Lockout 2012: To decertify or not to decertify

With negotiations seemingly at a standstill once again despite the sides being less than a podium's length away from each other, we look at the impact NHLPA decertification could have in ending the lockout and preventing future work stoppages.

Murray to return to North America from Sweden

Following in the footsteps of four teammates, Douglas Murray appears to be coming back to North America after spending the lockout in Sweden's second-tier professional league.

Lockout Upside: Things we don't miss about the NHL

Further CBA negotiations are looming but the prospect of an NHL season still remains very much up in the air. But the question too few are asking is whether or not that might be a good thing. Here's a rundown of the reasons we don't miss NHL hockey.

Logan Couture leaves Switzerland

Sharks center returns to native Canada after helping Genève-Servette dominate the Swiss National League.