Henrik Lundqvist is optimistic that the dispute between NHL players and owners will be settled. “I’m approaching it that it’s going to be good to go when it’s time to go,” the Ranger all-star goalie told us at Taste of Tennis on Thursday. “I’m practicing the same way and, mentally, I’m preparing for a normal season.” If a deal isn’t struck, there could be a lockout. “I think the biggest issues right now are revenue sharing,” Lundqvist continued, adding, “Teams are signing players to huge contracts, and at the same time they say teams are struggling and it’s just hard to put those numbers together.” Lockouts occurred during the 1994-95 and 2004-05 hockey seasons.
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