MONDAY, SEP 17, 2012
CBC News - It's day one of the NHL lockout and there are no planned discussions between the league and the players union, leaving many people at every level of hockey to discuss what this means for the future of the game.
In Nova Scotia, this is one of the biggest weekends on the calendar for minor hockey with most minor hockey associations started conditioning camps and try outs. For the players, their parents and coaches, the NHL lockout provided a lot to talk about.
"It can't always just be about the money," said hockey parent John Finck. "I mean realistically is anybody really worth that amount of money to play a game that they supposedly love?" FULL STORY