Locked-out players hope to resume talks with NHL
WINDSOR, Ontario -- Thanks to a charity game, three NHL players -- Kevin Westgarth, Shawn Horcoff and Jamal Mayers -- got a chance to get more comfortable on the ice than they were earlier in the week.
They were playing hockey in a Canadian rink Saturday night, two days after being part of the union negotiating team in a New York hotel where labor talks with the league fell apart.
"I'm happy to be in a situation to do it, but I'd rather be on the ice," said Westgarth, a Los Angeles ...
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