NHL and players' association still talking into the evening hours
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Feb 03, 2005
NEW YORK (AP) -- One day after the NHL players' association rejected
the league's latest salary-cap proposal, the sides met again in what
could be the last chance to save the hockey season.
The union invited commissioner Gary Bettman and players' association
chief Bob Goodenow back to the table Thursday after the leaders sat
out the previous five sessions over a two-week span. The meeting
began around 1:30 p.m. and was still going on over four hours later.