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Steven Stamkos #91 of the of the Tampa Bay Lightning skates with the Stanley Cup following the series-winning victory over the Dallas Stars in Game Six of the 2020 NHL Stanley Cup Final at Rogers Place on September 28, 2020 in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

Here in Tampa Bay, we’re still on a high after the Lightning Stanley Cup win. Last we heard, the start to the hockey season would ideally be on January 1. But we’re now less than a month away from that target… and it’s looking bleak. The biggest warning sign – training camps haven’t even started up. Is no news GOOD news? That’s up for debate.

Predictions: When will the 2021 NHL season begin?

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NESN reports that the NHL’s head honcho says the season is a “work in progress.” With COVID-19 spiking again, player and fan health is a concern. But many think this is more about money. Teams make a good chunk of their money from ticket sales and it doesn’t look like fans will fill Amalie Arena or any other rinks again anytime soon. That means players would probably have to take a pay cut – and that isn’t going over well. If the league and players don’t come to an agreeable arrangement, it’s possible we won’t see any hockey until October 2021. So I guess the Bolts may have a little extra quality time with the Stanley Cup. [Source: NESN]

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