CSP released an article today titled, "The Short End of the Stick: No winners in NHL lockout," which can be found here: http://online.csp.edu/
"A month into the National Hockey League’s (NHL) lockout, players and owners remain at a stalemate over the expired collective bargaining agreement (CBA) that now has players off the ice and the 2012–2013 season on hold. The lockout revolves around the players’ share of hockey-related revenue, which is currently 57 percent (of a staggering $3.3 billion)," states CSP.
CSP does a great job of providing relevant data explaining the controversy in a nice clean graphical way. You can learn more on their blog.
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