NHL extends player lockout, cancelling games through Nov. 30

League cites collective bargaining stalemate

NEW YORK - The National Hockey League has canceled all its games through the end of November as the labor standoff between owners and players continues.

The league, which locked out players after their collective bargaining agreement expired, announced more games would be lost in a statement Friday.

It said that a total of 326 regular-season games -- 26.5 percent of the season -- were scheduled for Oct. 11 through Nov. 30.