Lockout created new set of issues for agents
Contrary to popular belief, the NHL lockout has actually made things tougher for agents, not easier.
Well, J.P. Barry got an extra trip to Europe out of it.
So did Steve Bartlett.
Depending on how you feel about Moscow in January, that's either a good thing or one more bad thing.
The National Hockey League's lockout has pretty much been nothing but a Zdeno Chara-sized headache for the agents who represent NHL players.
It's probably something like twice the work for a quarter of the money.
With NHL arenas dark this season because of the lockout, you'd think it would be a great ...
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Evolution of sports agents
Sports agents have gradually emerged from being background figures to prominent characters. This week, ESPN.com will take a look at the impact of agents on the sports world.
Monday: Starting out
• Forde: Colleges keep eyes on runner, agents
• Grant: Representing low-profile athletes
• Rovell: Online courses in becoming an agent
• Mueller: Dealing with the agents
Tuesday: The Powerbrokers
• Garber: Rosenhaus becomes top draw
• Garber: Rosenhaus' top deals
• Pasquarelli: Former agents move to the front office
• Wojnarowski: Taliaferro still in the game
• Flash: Men behind the madness
• Chat wrap: Rosenhaus
• Motion: Rosenhaus talks
Wednesday: License to deal
• Crasnick: Excerpt of book "License to Deal: A Year in the Life of a Maverick Baseball Agent"
• Allen: Process of picking an agent
• Chat wrap: ESPN.com's Jerry Crasnick
• Chat wrap: Agent Matt Sosnick