Report: Gary Bettman Paid Millions During 2012-13 NHL LockoutAccording to a report, NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman made a salary of $8.8 million during the locked out season of 2012-2013.
Penguins Stores Forfeit Profit To Say Sorry For Lockout As a way of saying sorry for the NHL lockout, the Penguins are offering fans some sweet deals.
"Pens Fever" Consumes Pittsburgh Again It goes without saying that today the Steel City has a case of Pens fever.
Shea-ved Ice: Pens Ready To Drop The PuckIt has been almost nine months to the day that the Pittsburgh Penguins last took the ice. Finally, that all changes on Saturday.
NHL Lockout Ends, Training Camps Set To OpenNEW YORK (AP) NHL hockey is finally back, and this time it's official.
NHL Owners Ratify Labor DealNHL owners have ratified the tentative labor deal. All that now remains is player approval to finally start the hockey season.
Doc Emrick Ready To Return To WorkKDKA-AM's John Shumway talks to "Doc" Mike Emrick, the voice of NBC hockey, about the return of hockey.
Penguins Players React To New CBA After 113 days of negotiations, the NHL and NHLPA announced they had a framework agreed upon to bring the lockout to a close. On Monday, several Pittsburgh Penguins players were on the ice at Southpointe for their first practice since the deal was announced.
Local Businesses Excited NHL Lockout Is OverFans are celebrating the return of Pittsburgh Penguins hockey this winter. So are local business owners, who are hoping their suffering will end now that the lockout appears to be over.
Shea-ved Ice: Lockout Finally OverThe NHL lockout is over. I’ve been waiting four months to type that sentence. Four months of agonizing, frustrating and maddening CBA talks are finally over.
Hockey Fans React To NHL DealSince the NHL lockout began more than 100 days ago, there has been hockey around town, but not professional hockey.