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SBD/November 28, 2012/Franchises
NHL Lockout, Day 74: Wild Cut Employees' Hours, Salaries While Avoiding Layoffs
Published November 28, 2012
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YOU'VE GOT MAIL: In San Jose, David Pollak notes the Sharks sent a refund to ticket holders and the first check “comes to 1.8 percent of the 70 percent of the season most season-ticket holders have paid for to this point.” The team yesterday in an e-mail to season-ticket holders said that it would “take two weeks to process and mail out November refunds to those who paid by check, pushing their actual arrival inside the mailbox to mid-December.” Though four more games “already have been canceled for next month, the team only is giving refunds on a month-by-month basis in case a labor agreement is reached and more games are added to the December schedule” (SAN JOSE MERCURY NEWS, 11/28).