We've been down this road before. And although it's a road no one wants to go down, it seems the NHL could be in for another lockout for the 2012-13 season.
Paul Kelly, the former Executive Director of the NHLPA, joined NESN's Bruin's Faceoff Live on Wednesday to analyze the efforts to reach a new collective bargaining agreement. Kelly said that there is "At least a high possibility" that the 2012-13 NHL season will "miss a couple of months" due to a lockout.
Kelly also discussed how a lockout would damage the sport, and the reaction he anticipates from hockey fans if the NHL loses a few months' of games in the upcoming season. Check out all Kelly had to say in the video above.