The National Hockey League postponed another week of regular-season games on Friday because of the ongoing labor dispute with players.
The NHL released a short statement on Friday announcing that all scheduled games up until November 1 had been scrapped because of the lockout.
The regular-season was originally set to start on October 11. The NHL had already canceled the first two weeks because of the dispute and the latest postponement effects a total of 135 games.
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