TORONTO, Ont. – One of the biggest legends in hockey, Bobby Orr, shared his views about the NHL lockout, Thursday.

The Hockey Hall of Famer told Citytv’s “Breakfast Television” he thinks a fair deal can be reached, and that it would be outrageous not to have a season.

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He said what he would do is, “put them in a room … you stay in there until you make a deal.”

Orr remains optimistic, believing we will get most of the season in.

He also pointed out that the lockout affects more than just the players and the teams.

The Maple Leafs’ first pre-season game on Monday against the Ottawa Senators has been cancelled, as are the 60 other pre-season games across the league.

It could be only a matter of time before the league starts cancelling regular season games in October.