NHL, union remain apart on issues and in meetings

NEW YORK – The latest round of NHL labor talks ended with the two sides in different rooms from each other.

The players’ association and league negotiators met separately Wednesday with federal mediators in suburban New Jersey, holding discussions that didn’t appear to have moved the sides any closer to a deal to save the hockey season.

There was hope going into Wednesday that negotiations could get back on track to the point they were last Thursday before talks fell apart.

– Wire reports

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