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07-19-2012, 01:58 AM
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Stanley Cup if There's a Lockout

During the last lockout, I believe a court case said that if there's another lockout, a non-NHL team could play for the Stanley Cup.

Does anyone here remember this?

A new clause will be included by the NHL in a revised agreement this year with the cup's trustees - Ian (Scotty) Morrison, former head of the Hockey Hall of Fame, and former NHL official Brian O'Neill - allowing them to award the trophy to someone else if the NHL isn't using it.
I'm interested to see if they actually allow a league such as the CHL to play for it.


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