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THE ZAPPER
John Walters
September 13, 1999
The 1998-99 NHL season ended on June 19. A mere 84 days later the 1999-2000 season—or at least the preseason—begins, with games telecast locally. (Some also are available on the dish.) This cold-weather sport didn't even take the whole summer off! We're sorry, but unless you're an NHL scout, if you stay up until 4 a.m. on Sunday to catch the Kings versus the Coyotes on Fox Sports West from Las Vegas on tape delay, you should have your brain Zambonied.
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September 13, 1999

The Zapper

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The 1998-99 NHL season ended on June 19. A mere 84 days later the 1999-2000 season—or at least the preseason—begins, with games telecast locally. (Some also are available on the dish.) This cold-weather sport didn't even take the whole summer off! We're sorry, but unless you're an NHL scout, if you stay up until 4 a.m. on Sunday to catch the Kings versus the Coyotes on Fox Sports West from Las Vegas on tape delay, you should have your brain Zambonied.

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