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An icy standoff in labor talks

NHL and players union remain at a standstill with deadline looming

By Kevin Paul Dupont
Globe Staff / August 26, 2004

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TORONTO -- The National Hockey League and the NHL Players Association, only some three weeks from entering a potentially disastrous lockout, will sign a new collective bargaining agreement that will be a hybrid form of the CBAs that govern Major League Baseball, the National Basketball Association, and the highly prosperous National Football League. (Full Article: 1439 Words)

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