Is Hockey Killing Boston's Restaurant Biz?

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The Globe has a downer story today about the National Hockey League lockout. What do the Bruins have to do with dining out, you ask? Well, the cancellations mean that restaurants lose between $850,000 and $1 million per game.

That figure comes from the Boston Convention and Visitors Bureau, who tracks such things closely. So, if you're torn over where to dine and just can't decide on a neighborhood, why not hit up a Garden-area spot for a beer or two, at the very least? [Globe]