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Statement from NHL Deputy Commissioner Bill Daly regarding July 5-6 collective bargaining sessions

Friday, 07.06.2012 / 2:46 PM / News

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Statement from NHL Deputy Commissioner Bill Daly regarding July 5-6 collective bargaining sessions
Statement from NHL Deputy Commissioner Bill Daly regarding July 5-6 collective bargaining sessions

NEW YORK -- National Hockey League Deputy Commissioner Bill Daly issued the following statement regarding the collective bargaining sessions that were held in New York July 5 and 6:

"We had two productive days of meetings with the NHLPA and the Players, concluding this afternoon at about 1:45 pm. A number of important issues were raised on both sides of the table, all of which will be discussed more thoroughly as we get deeper into bargaining. We are pleased with the level of engagement and look forward to meeting again next week."

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