Lockout Over – Bruins Season Saved

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Time to drop the puck!

Announced this morning, the Bruins season will be saved!

After almost four months, the hockey season will be back very soon. Gary Bettman, Commissioner of the NHL announced that after 16 hours of negotiations beginning yesterday afternoon, the season could begin possibly as soon as January 19th.

A shortened season of 48-50 games is expected.

Don Fehr, union executive director, and Gary Bettman have reached a tentative agreement that will need to be ratified by a majority of the 30 owners and the union’s approximately 740 players. Just eight years after the last louckout that canceled the 2004-2005 season, the players and owners have reached a ten year deal.

“One benefit of all this is that every regular season game will be extremely meaningful in the shortened season,” said Peter Winson, season ticket holder 1998-2001 and 2006-current. “No one will be taking any nights off which is good because they just had plenty of those.”