Endurance test turns to survival of the fittest (Reuters)

TORONTO (Reuters) - Instead of the regular 82-game endurance test, the National Hockey League season has turned into a survival of the fittest as teams grapple with a rapid-fire schedule and mounting injuries in the lockout-shortened campaign. With 48 games packed into a 99-day window, injuries have already become the wild card in an unpredictable season that is not yet a week old. ...

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