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The clock struck midnight, and the NHL turned into another sports league closed for business.
The NHL locked out its players at midnight Saturday, becoming the third major sports league to impose a work stoppage in the last 18 months.
The chance of averting an NHL lockout all but disappeared long before the midnight deadline Saturday, setting up the third major work stoppage of a major sports league in 18 months, following the NFL and NBA.
The NHL said there will be no bargaining with the players' union Saturday, leaving nothing to stop a lockout.
The NHL says there will be no bargaining with the players' union Saturday, leaving nothing to stop a lockout.
With only hours until a threatened NHL lockout, the league and the players' union appear no closer to a deal.
The NHL entered the final full day of its collective bargaining agreement with no sign of the owners and players coming together to hammer out a new deal.
The NHL seemed headed for another lockout Friday as neither team owners nor players showed interest in getting back to contract negotiations a day before the old labor deal was set to expire.
The NHL and the players' association will resume negotiations on Wednesday in an effort to avoid a lockout this weekend.