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Labor lockout that resulted in the cancellation of the National Hockey League season, which would have been its 88th season of play. Wikipedia

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    Sentences for2004–05 NHL lockout

    • Following the 2004–05 NHL lockout, the Maple Leafs experienced their longest playoff drought in the club's history.Toronto Maple Leafs-Wikipedia
    • The Red Wings did not play in the 2004–05 season due to the lockout, which cancelled the entire NHL season.Detroit Red Wings-Wikipedia
    • For the first time in five years (that is, since the lockout), the Blues were in the playoffs.St. Louis Blues-Wikipedia
    • Following the 2004–05 NHL lockout, which eliminated that season of play, the Islanders made several player moves to increase offense for following season.New York Islanders-Wikipedia
    • He has served many years as the chairman of the NHL board of directors, during which he played a significant role in the resolution of the 2004–05 lock-out.Calgary Flames-Wikipedia
    • The 2004–05 NHL season was wiped out by a lockout, and the Bruins had a lot of space within the new salary cap implemented for 2005–06.Boston Bruins-Wikipedia

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