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A padlock is seen on a parking lot gate outside Rogers Arena, the home of the Vancouver Canucks NHL hockey team, in Vancouver, B.C. (DARRYL DYCK/THE CANADIAN PRESS)
A padlock is seen on a parking lot gate outside Rogers Arena, the home of the Vancouver Canucks NHL hockey team, in Vancouver, B.C. (DARRYL DYCK/THE CANADIAN PRESS)

Labout dispute

NHL Lockout factbox Add to ...

Days of the lockout: 105.

Last face-to-face bargaining: In-person talks Dec. 13 in New Jersey. Bargaining conference call Dec. 14.

Latest offer: Dec. 27, by the league.

Games lost: 625 (through Jan. 14).

At stake: If a deal isn’t struck within the next two weeks, the entire season could be lost for the second time in eight years.

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