Finally, the NHL Lockout has Ended and Tickets are Being Sold on

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The NHL lockout between the owners and players has ended and the NHL season is expected to start on January 19.

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After a prolonged 113 day lockout, the NHL season is back on track. On January 6, 2013, early Sunday morning, a tentative deal was reached to end the lockout between the owners and players on a new collective bargaining agreement. As soon as the Players Union ratifies the collective bargaining agreement, which should happen by 8:00am Saturday, January 12, 2013, the NHL will release the schedule to awaiting fans. NHL Tickets are expected to go on sale this weekend, so keep checking with TicketGenie; we will have them as soon as they go on sale

The NHL will begin a shortened 50 game season on January 19, 2013. A much shortened training camp will begin over the weekend of January 12-13. The shortened NHL season will not include any preseason games. Fans can get their NHL Tickets at There will be a new schedule because it is impossible to pick up the original schedule left off because of the imbalance. The New NHL schedule will be listed on as soon as it is available. The NHL All-Star game will be canceled as well. It would be hard to select All-Stars from players whom only played several games. Fans can purchase Cheap NHL Tickets from

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