When has the NHL been through a strike or lockout before?
When has the NHL been through a strike or lockout before?Update: The NHL lockout ended in July, with a six-year collective bargaining agreement. For the details see: • How the NHL Salary Cap Works • Highlights of the New NHL Deal • New NHL Rules for the 2005-06 SeasonAnswer: In 1994, the owners locked out the players for 103 days before the current collective agreement was reached. The 1994-95 NHL season did not begin until January, and was shortened to 48 games per team. In 1992, the players went on strike for 10 days, beginning April 1. When a new agreement was reached, the games missed during the strike were re-scheduled. The issues at the forefront of each dispute included some of the issues at the forefront in 2004, such the players’ demand for great