Nhl Labour Talks

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They're Still Talking..

NEW YORK, N.Y. - Less than a day after letting a self-imposed deadline pass to declare a "disclaimer of interest," NHL players began voting to restore their executive board's authority to dissolve the...
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Players, Owners Try To Hold More Talks

NEW YORK, N.Y. - The latest round of NHL labour talks is stretching well into the night.A group of 18 players and six league owners spent more than five hours in meetings on Tuesday afternoon — and th...
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Mediators Get Nowhere In NHL Talks

NEW YORK, N.Y. - If the NHL and the players' association are going to make a deal to save the hockey season, they are likely going to have to do it by themselves.A pair of federal mediators tried to h...
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It's Looking Grim

TORONTO - Optimism was short-lived around the NHL's collective bargaining talks.A flickering sense of hope was quickly replaced by frustration on Thursday after the NHL Players' Association tabled thr...
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Sidney Crosby: Off To Europe?

TORONTO - There was no simply no way for Sidney Crosby to hide his disappointment.Just one week after telling The Canadian Press he was confident a deal could be struck that would save the NHL season,...
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No Deal, No Season: Bettman

NEW YORK, N.Y. - Darkness is about to descend on the National Hockey League.Again.Reiterating that the season won't start until there is a new collective bargaining agreement, commissioner Gary Bettma...
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NHL Gets Creative With New Offer

NEW YORK, N.Y. - There is no new deal on the horizon in the NHL's collective bargaining talks.One day after receiving a proposal from the league that commissioner Gary Bettman labelled "meaningful" an...
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Tense Times Ahead In NHL Talks

TORONTO - The first tense moments of the NHL's collective bargaining negotiations have arrived.With Gary Bettman and Donald Fehr not scheduled to sit across from one another until the middle of next w...
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NHLPA Makes Offer To Owners

TORONTO - As it tabled its first offer in the latest round of NHL labour talks, the NHL Players' Association presented itself as a partner looking to help fix the league's problems — but not one willi...