Oct 11, 2012, 5:07 PM EST
The NHL and NHLPA met again today in New York, and to nobody’s real surprise the two sides made no meaningful progress towards negotiating a new CBA that will end the lockout.
Per NHL.com’s Dan Rosen, union counsel Steve Fehr told reporters that no core economic issues were discussed and that no further meetings are scheduled.
Enjoy the baseball games, everyone.
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