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Morning Links: Day 31 of lockout

10/16/2012
  • NHLPA members have lost $129,476,551.92 and owners have lost revenue of $183,268,423.07 as the lockout passed the one-month mark. (National Post)

  • Oilers center Sam Gagner left for Austria on Wednesday, deciding to ride out the lockout playing for EC-KAC Klagenfurt. (Edmonton Journal)

  • Kyle Quincey will spend the lockout making $550 a week playing for the CHL’s Cutthroats because of his friendship with coach Derek Armstrong and his belief in owner John Hayes. (Denver Post)

  • Rumors started immediately after James Reimer stepped on the ice with some locked-out Canucks players that the Leafs goaltender would soon be in Vancouver permanently. (Vancouver Sun)

  • Dan Boyle said missing these games is costing the Sharks a chance to win the Stanley Cup because, “This is our window.” (Mercury News)

  • Wings forward Cory Emmerton broke his finger in his first game with SaiPa of Finland’s SM-liiga. (mlive.com)

  • Some think Seattle is the perfect place for an NHL franchise because of the support for the area’s two junior hockey teams, the large participation in adult hockey leagues and a grass-roots fan base with youth hockey leagues. (Seattle Times)