According to ESPN's Pierre LeBrun via Twitter , the NHL and NHLPA will resume negotiations for a new collective bargaining agreement on Wednesday. It will mark the first time the sides have met since Thursday, when three days' worth of encouraging talks broke off without a deal.
It is unknown where the talks will be held this week. The sides met deep into the night in New York last Tuesday and Wednesday in meeting consisting of players and owners only, but the league claims it has pulled everything it offered last week off the table.
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