NEW YORK -- Negotiations toward a new Collective Bargaining Agreement will continue Wednesday at an undisclosed location in New York City, according to representatives from the National Hockey League and National Hockey League Players' Association.
The meeting Wednesday comes on the heels of a seven-hour negotiating session Tuesday.
Following the session Tuesday night, NHL Deputy Commissioner Bill Daly said: "Collective bargaining negotiations between the National Hockey League and representatives of the National Hockey League's Players' Association recessed tonight at 10:15 pm.," NHL Deputy Commissioner Bill Daly said. "With meetings scheduled to resume Wednesday, the League will not characterize the substance or detail of the discussions until their conclusion."
The meeting Tuesday was the second face-to-face session between the two sides in four days after going more than two weeks without getting together.
Daly also met one-on-one with NHLPA Special Counsel Steve Fehr for several hours Saturday.
The NHL and NHLPA have been without a CBA since Sept. 15.
The League has already cancelled the 2012-13 regular-season schedule through Nov. 30, as well as the 2013 Bridgestone NHL Winter Classic, which was originally scheduled for Jan. 1.
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