A 10-day strike caused 30 games to be postponed, not canceled.
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.
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.
|Baltimore||0||Bottom 1st Inning|
|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|
|Golden State||9:30 PM|
|St. Louis||7:30 PM|
Poll: Can the Wild rally to win its playoff series against Colorado?