NEW YORK -- Negotiations aimed at establishing a new Collective Bargaining Agreement resumed Wednesday morning at the National Hockey League's office. It is the first time the sides have met in person since last Friday.
The current CBA expires Sept. 15
The National Hockey League Players' Association contingent, led by executive director Donald Fehr, arrived at 11:35 a.m. EDT.
Following the CBA negotiating session, the NHLPA will begin its Executive Board and Negotiating Committee meetings. More than 250 players are expected to be in New York for the two days of meetings.
The NHL's Board of Governors will also meet Thursday in New York.