-The lockout? Still going on. (PG+)
-James Mirtle of the Globe and Mail examines what the NHL may be like for fans once it comes back.
-Jeff Zatkoff made 12 saves for the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins in a 4-1 loss to the rival Hershey Bears. The Penguins have lost eight of their past nine games.
-Wilkes-Barre/Scranton is 1-5-1 against Hershey this season.
-Simon Despres went at it with Hershey's Cameron Schilling:
-Chris Barton and Luke Pither each had a regulation goal and two assists for the Wheeling Nailers in a 5-4 shootut loss to the Greenville Road Warriors. Peter Delmas made 22 saves for Wheeling which had a six-game winning streak snapped.
-Flyers forward Daniel Briere signed a contract extension with Eisbaren Berlin of Germany's DEL through the end of the season. The contract allows Briere to quit and return to Philadelphia should the lockout be resolved.
-Canadiens defenseman Josh Gorges organized an outdoor shinny game with Montreal fans through Twitter.
-The Three Rivers Classic - featuring the men's teams from Robert Morris, Penn State, Ohio State and Miami, Ohio - will be held today and Saturday.
-Penguins forward prospect Teddy Bluegers had no points, three shots and was minus-1 for Latvia in a 7-2 loss to Switzerland at the World Junior Championships.
-Capitals forward prospect Riley Barber, a native of Washington, Pa., had a goal and two assists for the United States which routed Germany, 8-0. Duck goaltending prospect John Gibson, a native of Whitehall, made 19 saves and combined with Flames goaltending prospect Jon Gillies (seven saves) to earn a shutout. Rangers forward prospect J.T. Miller, a native of East Palestine, Ohio, had one goal for the United States while teammate Vince Trocheck, a Panthers forward prospect from Upper St. Clair, recorded three shots.
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