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A person familiar with the decision says the NHL has canceled all games through Dec. 30. The person spoke on condition of anonymity because the official announcement isn’t expected to be made until later Monday afternoon.
Donald Fehr thought he and the hockey players he leads were close to a deal to save the season. The NHL said not so fast, and then took away everything that created all the optimism in the first place.
NHL owners and players were back in contact with each other Wednesday morning, but didn’t hold a bargaining session because they didn’t want to rush through a meeting before the league’s board of governors got together.
Federal mediators are entering the stalled NHL labor talks, with the season’s first 2½ months already lost because of the lockout. NHL,
The NHL and the locked-out players are talking again, just not for very long. After an eight-day wait between bargaining sessions — as hockey remained on ice — negotiations resumed Monday night at the league office, but were over in less than two hours.
For the first time in eight days, the NHL and the players’ association are heading back to the bargaining table to try again to reach a deal that will end the two-month old lockout.
After the most difficult year of his life, the Caps’ Jay Beagle is really excited about this season. . . if there is one.
As quickly as NHL labor negotiations got going again, they came to a screeching halt. Now there is no telling when the league and the players will return to the bargaining table.