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The NHL and its players' union kept talking Wednesday, a day after they met for more than seven hours in an effort to end the nearly two-month-old hockey lockout.
Negotiations between the NHL and the locked-out players' association ended after nearly six hours Wednesday. Just as they did a night earlier, the sides agreed to get right back to the bargaining table.
Negotiations between the NHL and the locked-out players' association lasted deep into Tuesday night, and went well enough that the sides agreed to return to the bargaining table for more talks Wednesday.
The locked-out NHL players' association returned to the bargaining table Tuesday, and this time brought Sidney Crosby along.
The NHL and the players' association stuck to their word and made quick plans to get back to the bargaining table.
The NHL has put one of its signature events on ice.
It's not hard to draw parallels between the NBA lockout of 2011 and the NHL lockout of 2012. Just listen to commissioners David Stern and Gary Bettman and players representatives Billy Hunter and Donald Fehr, or consider the volleys of offers made by both sides so far.
They can't be this stupid, this short-sighted, this selfish, this greedy. Hockey fans are wondering that as an NHL lockout could cancel an entire season for the second time in nine years.
The NHL made a major statement Friday in canceling the entire November schedule, pushing the number of regular-season games wiped out by the lockout to 326.