NHL cancels games through Jan. 14

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NHL cancels games through Jan. 14

With no talks currently going, and none planned in the immediate future, the NHL canceled more games on Thursday.

The league canceled games through Jan. 14 on Thursday, bringing the total number of canceled regular-season contests to 625; 50.8 percent of the season has been nixed. This latest announcement, much like all the others before them, is no surprise. NHL deputy commissioner Bill Daly said in two radio interviews yesterday that more cancellations are on the way.

But after this, the only cancellation remaining could likely be for the entire season. The NHL has made it clear that if theres going to be a 48-game season the minimum it feels should be played the season would have to start in mid-January.

Road Ahead: Blackhawks play three home games before All-Star break

Road Ahead: Blackhawks play three home games before All-Star break

CSN's Pat Boyle and Steve Konroyd preview the Blackhawks' three upcoming games in the Road Ahead, presented by Chicagoland & NW Indiana Honda Dealers.

The Blackhawks have three home games before the NHL All-Star break, which takes place in Los Angeles.

The Blackhawks have dates between the Vancouver Canucks, Tampa Bay Lightning, and Winnipeg Jets. All three opponents are out of the playoff picture, sand Steve Konroyd is looking for the Blackhawks to step up in a certain part of their game: scoring.

See what Boyle and Konroyd had to say in the video above.

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