Labor talks shift to general league discussion
NEW YORK -- Three negotiating sessions in six weeks failed to bring the NHL and the players association any closer to labor peace.
Now, less than a month remains before a season-threatening lockout is expected to be imposed.
"We're all aware of the timeline," NHLPA senior director Ted
Saskin said Tuesday after a five-hour meeting in New Jersey. "At
our end, we're working hard toward doing what we can to get to a
fair agreement for both sides, and we're going to continue in ...
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