Oct. 16, 2012
-- Concordia Univeristy, St. Paul, a liberal arts university in St. Paul, Minnesota, shares the NHL lockout by the numbers as well as the true winners and losers in this deadlock.
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.
Concordia University, St. Paul (CSP) is a Christian liberal arts university, one of 10 operated under the auspices of the Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod. Our student-centered focus creates a caring, supportive and energetic environment, making the university a place that stands out for its warmth, character and academic strength.