Found November 04, 2012 on NESN.com:
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With the grim news of the Winter Classic being cancelled on Friday, the NHL and NHLPA have started to talk more seriously, or so it seems anyways. Yahoo NHL reporter Greg Wyshynski examined the latest meetings between the two sides, and thinks that there just might be some hope for hockey in 2012. While the loss of the Winter Classic is awful, Wyshynski thinks that it may have kick-started the discussions between the two sides, led by Bill Daly and Steve Fehr. With that said, there remains no hockey in the near future, but for the moment, it looks like the two sides are back at the bargaining table. Check out the full interview in the video above with Dale Arnold from NESN Daily.
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