League not expected to adjust labor proposal

Originally Published: January 24, 2005
Associated Press

NEW YORK -- The NHL and the players' association will resume talks this week in a bid to save the season -- and they'll meet yet again without commissioner Gary Bettman or union head Bob Goodenow.

"The league contacted our office to arrange for continued small-group discussions. We agreed to this request," NHLPA senior director Ted Saskin said Monday.

“ We both believe that the process now will be better served by a less-public approach to the negotiations. ”

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