-"I definitely never thought it would go this far. I thought, for sure, that we'd be playing by now." - Tyler Kennedy (right) on the lockout.
-All is quiet on the negotiation front. Too quiet.
-The NHL is expected to cancel more games today.
-Craig Adams will take part in a charity game in Chicago with several other NHLers.
-Of the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins' 17 forwards, 12 can play center.
-Deryk Engelland recorded two assists for Rosenborg which lost to Frisk Asker, 4-3, in Norway's Get Ligaen.
-Happy 61st birthday to former Penguins forward Joe Noris. A third-round pick in 1971, Noris' Penguins career amounted to 35 games and seven points in 1971-72. Midway through 1972-73, he was traded to the Blues in exchange for Jim Shires.
-Flyers forward and ex-Penguin Maxime Talbot will have his No. 25 retired by the QMJHL's Gatineau Olympiques tonight.
-Islanders owner Charles Wang guaranteed his team would make the postseason if the regular season is played.
-“I don’t think it affects the Devils one way or another, other than there is more excitement when you go to play in a new building. The rivalry will be at its highest level, but there will be an excitement going into that building. Just like there is an excitement going into Madison Square Garden because of the historic aspect.” - Devils overlord Lou Lamoriello on the Islanders moving closer into Brooklyn's Barclay's Center.
-Bruins forward Patrice Bergeron (right) suffered an "upper-body" injury while playing for HC Lugano of Switzerland's NLA.
-"The two sides are close enough to a deal that missing the bulk of a season is wrong and missing an entire season is not only insane, it is a blatant disregard for the sport, the fans and the culture we have grown over decades -- just to satisfy egos, not the needs of either side." - Sabres goaltender Ryan Miller on negotiations with the NHL.
-Wake County, which contains Raleigh, N.C. and PNC Arena, could be losing $1 million for each Hurricanes game missed due to the lockout.
-The NHL has not cancelled the All-Star Game scheduled for Jan. 27 in Columbus... yet.
-“It sucks. Even though I went through it once it doesn’t make it easier. If anything, it’s just more frustrating to lose possibly a second year of my career. Careers are so short to begin with, to just have that taken away is pretty frustrating.” - Sharks defenseman Dan Boyle (right) on the 2004-05 and current lockouts.
-Colin South had two goals and an assist for the Robert Morris men's team which defeated RIT, 6-4.
-Nicole Paniccia made 34 saves for the Penn State women's team in a 4-1 loss to RIT.
-Hockey Canada has created a smart phone app to help youth players identify concussion symptoms.
(Photos: Kennedy-Justin K. Aller/Getty Images; Bergeron-Patrick McDermott/Getty Images; Boyle-Marianne Helm/Getty Images)