NHL Headlines Of The WeekThings are just starting to heat up around the NHL as we near the quarter-mark of the 2017-2018 NHL season. Here are this week's top NHL headlines.
NHL Says 'No' to 2018 Winter OlympicsLeague says there's no benefit to halting season to allow players to compete for their countries.
Someday, an Outdoor Hockey Game in St. LouisSt. Louis Blues fans love their hockey, and someday, they'll be bundling up for an outdoor game.
Blues Alum Mark Reeds Dies At 55Ottawa Senators assistant coach & St. Louis area resident had cancer
Chris Pronger Eligible For NHL Player Safety JobCommissioner Gary Bettman says St. Louis resident would not have conflict of interest with Flyers
NHL inches toward deal to send players to Olympics
Avalanche Take MacKinnon, Devils Snare Schneider
NHL Thriving Despite Short Season After Lockout
NHL Rejects Union Offer By VoicemailLatest hope of ending hockey lockout only leads to more frustration for players, fans.
NHL Cancels Games Through Dec. 14, All-Star GameNHL labor talks broke off soon after they resumed Wednesday, with players maintaining their new proposal was a huge economic concession.
NHL Players Offer New Plan on 67th Day of Lockout"We did give them the proposal," union head Donald Fehr said. "They indicated they're going to have a response to us a little later on."
NHL Labor Talks to Resume Wednesday MorningThe lockout entered its 66th day Tuesday and already has wiped out 327 games. More cancellations could be coming soon without a new deal.

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