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The Daily's Hot Reads For Thursday: Saved By The Bell

Author John Feinsten, in a column for the WASHINGTON POST, writes of team owners’ role in the NHL lockout: “It may well take a judge to save hockey from itself. As of this moment, no one running the game seems to care even a little bit about seeing any kind of save – kick, glove or stick – anytime in the near future” (WASHINGTON POST).

YAHOO SPORTS’ Kevin Iole writes of the need for boxers to take power away from promoters: “Journalists and fans can scream about it all they want, but it won’t matter. Only the fighters can make an impact, though it’s going to take a massive sacrifice and a lot of courage on their part to accomplish anything meaningful” (YAHOO SPORTS).

CBSSPORTS.com’s Scott Miller writes of the perception tying MLB to doping scandals: “It is a consequence of its sins of the past that baseball continues to battle a perception problem. … The drug stuff was practically as prevalent on AP’s ballot for top stories of the year as anything else baseball did in 2012” (CBSSPORTS.com).

The CHICAGO TRIBUNE’s Chris Kue writes AHL Chicago Wolves Owner Don Levin “has the connections, motivation and resources to be an NHL owner but is lacking an available franchise” (CHICAGO TRIBUNE).

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