December 7, 2012
The NHL's 'Cattle' are unified
By ROB LONGLEY, QMI Agency
NEW YORK - As difficult as it is to pick sides in the NHL lockout, it’s also a challenge to decide which side feels more resentment 83 days into the mess.
Feelings are raw among the players, though most in attendance at meetings this week chose their words carefully in front of the hockey media.
On social media, that hasn’t been the case. For an example, Florida Panthers forward Scottie Upshall’s twitter feed (@Scottieupshall). On Friday, Upshall tweeted a picture of himself working out with the following: “Getting ready for a season in the gym and on the ice ... What are the owners doing?”