Hockey Lockout Takes a Toll, for Those Who Care

Last month, National Hockey League owners locked out the players in a labor dispute, resulting in a delay of the season that was to have started last week. In America, sports fans barely noticed, preoccupied with baseball playoffs and football. But in Canada, fans of the game are deep in mourning. NPR's Tom Goldman reports.

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