Owners, players meet, but no resolution to NHL lockout
Face-to-face meetings between the NHL and Players' Association resumed Saturday.
Deputy commissioner Bill Daly and union special counsel Steve Fehr met at an undisclosed location. Neither the NHL nor union divulged details of the session, which represented the first meeting since labor negotiations broke Oct. 18. It is not known when the sides will meet next.
The lockout hits Day 50 on Sunday. The NHL already has canceled games through November and the New Year's Day Winter Classic outdoor game that was scheduled to be played at Michigan Stadium between Detroit and Toronto.
Division of revenue and a method to guarantee contracts are the chief disagreements.
— Rob Rossi
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