Secret meeting yields no progress
NEW YORK -- With just a little bit of hedging, NHL commissioner Gary Bettman all but issued a drop-dead date for saving what's left of the season: this weekend.
The lockout reached its 147th day Wednesday. If a deal is reached, Bettman said, there would be a 28-game regular season and the 16-team playoff structure would be preserved.
"It is clear to me that if we're not working on a written
document by this weekend, I don't see how we can play any semblance
of a season," Bettman said. ...
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