It has been a long time since the NHL announced a full lockout, but on Saturday, the NHL Players’ Association announced it will extend the lockout until Jan. 16, 2020.
In fact, the team has not been in action since January 1, 2019.
It has been the last game of the season, which means the NHL players and their union have been forced to wait until January 1 to play.
The players’ union will now have until January 15 to negotiate with the NHL on a new contract.
This is the third consecutive lockout.
The first was in 2015, the last in 2017.
The NHL and the players’ association have been in negotiations for several months.
It was supposed to last until late November, but the players agreed to extend the negotiations until January, but not before a new round of talks took place in Las Vegas.
The current collective bargaining agreement expires on March 1.