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The NHL lockout has continued into December and hockey fans — and players — are still restless not knowing whether to end their dreams of a season, or hold out hope for a partial schedule and the end of the torture. On Tuesday, the players and owners will meet together to rekindle CBA discussions without the leading representatives from each side. Bruins owner Jeremy Jacobs and Penguins captain Sidney Crosby will be in New York for the meeting. One player excited about the talks is Milan Lucic, who spoke about his wishful thinking about the discussions while in attendance at a charity event on Monday night. Sportsnet’s John Shannon discussed the potential impact that the meetings could have on Monday’s NESN Daily. Check out the video above for their thoughts on the meetings, and how big they could be in terms of ending the lockout.
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