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Five Jets games among 82 regular-season cancellations

The National Hockey League now officially has its first victims: the fans.

The league, which locked out its players on Sept. 15th, announced today it has cancelled 82 regular-season games from Oct. 11-24th. That chunk includes five Winnipeg Jets games, three of which were to be played at MTS Centre.

The five Jet games spiked are:

Saturday, October 13 – Hurricanes @ Jets Tuesday, October 16 – Blackhawks @ Jets Friday, October 19 – Jets vs. Capitals Saturday, October 20 – Jets vs. Flyers Tuesday, October 23 – Capitals @ Jets

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The National Hockey League now officially has its first victims: the fans.

The league, which locked out its players on Sept. 15th, announced today it has cancelled 82 regular-season games from Oct. 11-24th. That chunk includes five Winnipeg Jets games, three of which were to be played at MTS Centre.

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The five Jet games spiked are:

  • Saturday, October 13 – Hurricanes @ Jets
  • Tuesday, October 16 – Blackhawks @ Jets
  • Friday, October 19 – Jets vs. Capitals
  • Saturday, October 20 – Jets vs. Flyers
  • Tuesday, October 23 – Capitals @ Jets

The NHL and the NHL Players Association did have some meetings earlier this week in an effort to reach a new collective bargaining agreement, but those talks have stalled as the two sides can’t agree on the core economic issues.

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