NHL Cancels First Two Weeks Of Regular Season
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A labor dispute has now cost hockey fans the first two weeks of the regular season.
The NHL announced Thursday the cancellation of all games through Oct. 24, which amounts to 82 games total.
That's five each for the Rangers and Devils and six for the Islanders.
It's not clear if the games can be rescheduled if a new labor deal is reached soon.
No new talks have been scheduled.
The players and owners have been unable to agree on how to split up $3 billion in revenues.