Found December 04, 2012 on Days of Y'Orr:
If you've been living under a rock yesterday, here's the tweets that WBZ here in Boston sent out yesterday evening:  WBZ's Steve Burton reports that a deal to save the #NHL season could be announcement tomorrow or Wednesday- @joegiza — WBZ Boston Sports (@wbzsports) December 3, 2012 WBZ's Steve Burton reports #NHL talks have made great progress behind closed doors and it looks like the season will be salvaged- @joegiza — WBZ Boston Sports (@wbzsports) December 3, 2012 Here's Burton on WBZ last night: After the jump, the rest of it... This one tweet got the Twitterverse in **************** throwing contest, most of it heading towards the way of Steve Burton himself. A lot of people were asking "Well who the hell is Steve Burton?" and saying "TSN hasn't even reported it yet!". I'm not going to confirm nor deny what anyone is saying. I have my own thoughts about the whole thing, but Burton ha...

Bill Daly And Steve Fehr After The Meeting

Steve Fehr and Bill Daly holding joint press conference although won't say much. Fehr called it maybe best day so far in this process — Pierre LeBrun (@Real_ESPNLeBrun) December 5, 2012   Daly: I think everyone wants to get a deal done, so that's encouraging. Will talk again tomorrow morning. Same group. — Nick Cotsonika (@cotsonika) December 5, 2012

Dolan Not Chosen to Attend Tuesday's Players/Owners Meeting

NHL Deputy Commissioner Bill Daly announced the names of the owners who will be in attendance at the players/owners CBA meeting on Tuesday... "We expect the following NHL owners to attend: Ron Burkle (Pittsburgh Penguins), Mark Chipman (Winnipeg Jets), Murray Edwards (Calgary Flames), Jeremy Jacobs (Boston Bruins), Larry Tanenbaum (Toronto Maple Leafs) and Jeff Vinik (Tampa...

Slowly The CBA Process Moves Forward

from Pierre LeBrun of ESPN, The players emerged from the room around midnight and scurried down the hotel escalator past reporters, unwilling to share much, if anything.  The smiles on some of their faces, however, suggested it wasn’t a bad day at all.  As one player would later share via text message to, "There was certainly traction. But I don...

Two Topics At The Forefront

from Elliotte Friedman of CBC, There are two big storylines developing from Tuesday's lengthy labour talks between the NHL and the NHLPA here in Manhattan. The first is that Steve Fehr, the NHLPA's number two, referred to yesterday as "the best day we've had." The second is the Pittsburgh contingent's effort to end the lockout. Let's take...

Talks remain at a precarious point, with tempers tender

If you believe the concept that "leaks" are a bad thing, then this little origami paper crane flittering and fluttering over a bonfire is starting to smolder, as one might expect. Per the Toronto Star's Damien Cox: The conversation went something like this. "Let's leave," said Boston Bruins owner Jeremy Jacobs, turning to NHL deputy commissioner...

NHL Takes A Significant Step

Courtesy of On Tuesday, six NHL owners met with a group of players in New York, just one day before the Board of Govenors meeting.  The meeting went for about five hours, then had a dinner break, and concluded sometime around midnight.  The sides met for more than eight hours.  From the sounds of the meetings, this was a very constructive day.  TSN'...

Players/Owners Cautiously Optimistic After Marathon Meeting

After meeting until after midnight, the players and owners appeared from their CBA discussions talking about good vibes and moving in the right direction. In fact, NHL Deputy Commissioner Bill Daly and NHLPA Special Counsel Steve Fehr held a joint press conference afterward and said this... Daly: "I think everybody is working hard. I think everybody wants to get...
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