Prominent figures on both sides of the NHL lockout made some hopeful noises in Toronto on Monday regarding the progress of negotiations and the outlook for salvaging some of the 2012-13 season. Nonetheless, the league's lockout lurches onward.
Dallas Stars forward Loui Eriksson has reportedly been approached by Frölunda of the Swedish Elite League.
Jaromir Jagr's return to Philadelphia is in question, as the Stars are scheduled to take on the Flyers on Oct. 30 -- but that game might end up being a casualty of the NHL lockout.
The NHL has announced the cancellation of 61 games across the league.
The NHL lockout isn't just costing fans games and owners paychecks -- it is affecting the lives of those who work as staffers for teams and the league.
Kari Lehtonen has re-signed with the Dallas Stars, signing a 5-year, $29.5 million contract extension on Friday.
The latest offer from the NHL to the NHLPA is unacceptable to the players, according to the latest SI report.
According to a CBS News report, behind the scenes talks have taken place between the league and the NHLPA to restart talks, as the two sides desperately attempt to reach an agreement on a new collective bargaining agreement, prior to Sept. 15.
The NHLPA is ready for a lockout, and sent a memo to the players outlining how the lockout will affect them.
The Dallas Stars could benefit from a delayed start to the 2012-13 season, if the lockout does actually happen.
The player's union will respond to the owner's latest CBA proposal by Friday as the two sides ramp up negotiations in a last-ditch effort to start the 2012-2013 season on time.
It's looking increasingly inevitable that the NHL will have another lockout.