Second meeting in a week yields little
When the NHL canceled the season, the league warned players that future offers wouldn't be as good as those that were rejected.
There was proof of that Thursday.
During a 2½-hour bargaining session in New York, the NHL gave the players' association two six-year proposals: one with a tie between league revenues and player costs and one without. So far, the union isn't interested in either.
A source close to the negotiations told The Associated Press on
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