The hockey lockout’s unexpected victims in Toronto
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The players and owners aren’t the only ones who lost out during the NHL lockout. Thousands of ordinary Torontonians, many working in fields you wouldn’t immediately associate with professional hockey, depend on the NHL for a significant portion of their income. As the Leafs, and their new GM, gear up to return January 19, we talked to four of the lockout’s unlikely victims – a cab driver, a store owner, a bar manager and a stripper – about what they lost and how they’re going to make up for it during the shortened season
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