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NHL lockout at a glance

 Day: 102.

 Last negotiations: In-person talks Dec. 13 in New Jersey. Bargaining conference call Dec. 14.

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 Next negotiations: None scheduled.

 Games lost: 625 (all games through Jan. 14, including New Year’s Day Winter Classic, and All-Star weekend).

 Of note: Canadiens defenseman Josh Gorges extended an invitation to his Twitter followers to join him at a Montreal rink Wednesday afternoon. Dozens, ranging in age and skill level, showed up. ‘‘I haven’t played outdoors in a long time, but I figured we’ve got some time and I’ve got nothing else to do,’’ Gorges said. ‘‘I was just looking to skate outdoors and I threw it out there on Twitter and so many people were asking where I’d go play. So I thought, ‘Why not set a time and place and we’ll all come and play?’ ’’ Amar Boudjerida, 25, who suited up to play goalie, appreciated the gesture, but remains disgruntled. ‘‘I think it’s pretty insulting for the fans that they’re in a lockout based on how to spend our money, bottom line,’’ he said.

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