On Thin Ice
Hockey is bleeding cash and on the brink of what would be a devastating lockout. Is this the sport's last stand?
"Put that in the article get rid of the mascot," says Matt Donlan, spearing my notebook with a finger. Sitting at a cramped booth inside J.J. Foley's, a bar near Downtown Crossing, Donlan, a 31-year-old support technician from South Boston, and his friend Bill Stone, 29, an accountant from Charlestown, are watching the after-work crowd file in. On the wall, ... (Full Article: 3479 Words)
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