Found January 09, 2013 on Fox Sports Midwest:
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NEW YORK (AP) All that is left of the NHL lockout are a pair of votes by owners and players. If both sides approve the tentative deal reached over the weekend - as expected - training camps will be open by Sunday. The league's board of governors will meet on Wednesday in New York, and the 30 club owners will vote on the agreement that was reached in the early morning hours of Sunday after a 16-hour negotiating session. If a majority approves, the NHL will move one step closer toward the official end of the lockout that began Sept. 16. The league and the players' association were still working on one more key piece of business on Tuesday night that must be settled before hockey is truly back. "We are trying to finalize a summary document, and we are very close on that," NHL deputy commissioner Bill Daly told The Associated Press in an email. "That will be turned into a (memorandum of understanding) with more detailed language that won't be signed until...
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