Wednesday November 22, 2012
NEW YORK (AP) -- NHL owners and union officials are negotiating again at league headquarters Wednesday, the 67th day of the lockout.
The two sides are trying to work out impasses on core issues such as splitting revenue and player contracts. On Tuesday, union leaders met for internal discussions.
About a dozen players arrived at the league's headquarters Wednesday morning, along with lawyers and union executives.
If a deal is not struck soon, more games will have to be canceled in an already shortened season. The lockout has wiped out 327 games so far. The next games still scheduled are in December.
Copyright 2012 Associated Press
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