The National Hockey League locked out its players at 12:01 a.m. Sunday, September 16th… its fourth shutdown since 1992. The Owners and the NHLPA cannot figure out how to divide up $3.3 billion dollars. I’m going to keep a potentially incredibly long post very, very short, and leave you with this: I don’t care who’s at fault. You all make a ridiculous amount of money. How many of you (owners, executives, players, etc) live paycheck-to-paycheck? That’s what I thought. Sit down and figure it out. It’s not even gone for the season yet, and I already miss Penguins hockey.