Posted: Nov 12, 2012 10:26 AM
Source: Associated Press
NEW YORK - After a week full of promise that progress might be made, the NHL lockout talks appear to have bogged down again.
The two-sides met for 90 minutes Sunday, but amid signs that the league is holding firm on its demands on the core economic issues it looks like it will be tough to move forward.
A series of lengthy negotiation sessions early in the week create a sense of hope that the two sides were making progress.
There are no further talks scheduled, but the two sides have their top negotiators in Toronto for the Hockey Hall of Fame inductions today, and might get back together.