Chart: Other NHL work stoppages

  • Updated: September 15, 2012 - 8:02 PM

APRIL 1992: NO GAMES MISSED

A 10-day strike caused 30 games to be postponed, not canceled.

1994-95: ABBREVIATED SEASON

A 103-day lockout caused the cancellation of 468 games. It ended on Jan. 11 and season began Jan. 20. Each team played 48 games.

2004-05: NO SEASON

NHL became first major pro sports league in North America to lose an entire season to a labor dispute, and the Stanley Cup was not awarded for the first time since 1919. Lockout was settled on the 301st day, July 13, 2005, after players agreed to a salary cap.

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Baltimore 0 Bottom 1st Inning
Boston 0
Cincinnati - M. Leake 6:05 PM
Pittsburgh - F. Liriano
LA Angels - G. Richards 6:05 PM
Washington - T. Roark
Kansas City - J. Guthrie 6:05 PM
Cleveland - Z. McAllister
Chicago WSox - J. Danks 6:08 PM
Detroit - A. Sanchez
St. Louis - T. Lyons 6:10 PM
NY Mets - J. Mejia
Miami - T. Koehler 6:10 PM
Atlanta - J. Teheran
Arizona - B. Arroyo 7:05 PM
Chicago Cubs - T. Wood
San Diego - A. Cashner 7:10 PM
Milwaukee - W. Peralta
San Francisco - R. Vogelsong 7:40 PM
Colorado - J. De La Rosa
Texas - Y. Darvish 9:05 PM
Oakland - D. Straily
Houston - D. Keuchel 9:10 PM
Seattle - F. Hernandez
Philadelphia - C. Lee 9:10 PM
Los Angeles - P. Maholm
Memphis 7:00 PM
Oklahoma City
Golden State 9:30 PM
LA Clippers
Pittsburgh 6:00 PM
Columbus
Colorado 6:00 PM
Minnesota
St. Louis 7:30 PM
Chicago
Anaheim 8:30 PM
Dallas
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