NHL lockout: Games canceled through Dec. 30; 35 Flyers games now gone

An empty Wells Fargo Center is a sad Wells Fargo Center. - Getty Images

Games through Dec. 30 have been canceled. The Wells Fargo Center will likely remain empty into the New Year.

We're one day away from the 2012-13 NHL season officially becoming just the 2013 NHL season.

Four days after lockout talks blew up in New York City, the NHL has gone ahead and canceled all games through December 30. Here's a list of Flyers games that have been affected by the cancellations so far, which impact 42.8 percent of the NHL's overall schedule:

Thu Oct 11 Boston Flyers 7:00 PM
Sat Oct 13 Flyers NY Islanders 7:00 PM
Thu Oct 18 Pittsburgh Flyers 7:00 PM
Sat Oct 20 Winnipeg Flyers 7:00 PM
Thu Oct 25 Flyers Montreal 7:30 PM
Sat Oct 27 Toronto Flyers 7:00 PM
Sun Oct 28 Flyers Buffalo 5:00 PM
Tue Oct 30 Dallas Flyers 7:00 PM
Thu Nov 1 New Jersey Flyers 7:00 PM
Sat Nov 3 Anaheim Flyers 1:00 PM
Sun Nov 4 Flyers NY Rangers 7:00 PM
Tue Nov 6 Buffalo Flyers 7:00 PM
Thu Nov 8 Flyers Carolina 7:00 PM
Sat Nov 10 Carolina Flyers 7:00 PM
Tue Nov 13 Minnesota Flyers 7:00 PM
Fri Nov 16 Flyers Buffalo 7:00 PM
Sat Nov 17 Buffalo Flyers 7:00 PM
Wed Nov 21 Ottawa Flyers 7:00 PM
Fri Nov 23 Winnipeg Flyers 3:00 PM
Sat Nov 24 Flyers NY Rangers 1:00 PM
Wed Nov 28 Flyers Toronto 7:00 PM
Thu Nov 29 Flyers NY Islanders 7:00 PM
Sat Dec 1 Flyers Florida 7:30 PM
Tue Dec 4 Flyers Tampa Bay 7:30 PM
Thu Dec 6 San Jose Flyers 7:00 PM
Sat Dec 8 Flyers NY Islanders 1:00 PM
Sun Dec 9 NY Islanders Flyers 7:00 PM
Tue Dec 11 New Jersey Flyers 7:00 PM
Thu Dec 13 Flyers Washington 7:00 PM
Sat Dec 15 Carolina Flyers 1:00 PM
Wed Dec 19 New Jersey Flyers 7:30 PM
Fri Dec 21 Flyers New Jersey 7:00 PM
Sun Dec 23 Flyers Ottawa 1:00 PM
Thu Dec 27 Flyers Nashville 8:00 PM
Sat Dec 29 Flyers St. Louis 8:00 PM

In total, 35 Flyers games have been wiped away so far during this lockout -- 17 on the road, 18 at home.

As it stands, the regular season would begin with a New Year's Eve affair against the Phoenix Coyotes at Jobing.com Arena in Glendale, but that game will almost certainly not happen as the NHL will rework the schedule once the lockout does end. (And yes, we still do believe the season will happen.)

These cancellations feel a bit more like a skate to the face than others over the last several months, if only because the two sides were seemingly making so much progress last week. We'll have to wait into the New Year before we see Flyers hockey more than likely, but as we're discussed before, the sides are just too close and there's just too much money on the line for them to throw it all away now.

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