Pens owners, government officials to meet again
PHILADELPHIA -- The Pittsburgh Penguins' future remained unsettled Thursday after four hours of discussions resulted in plans for another negotiating session next week.
Owners Ron Burkle and Mario Lemieux, Gov. Ed Rendell, Pittsburgh mayor Luke Ravenstahl, Allegheny County executive Dan Onorato and NHL commissioner Gary Bettman met in Philadelphia for negotiations for a new arena for the team.
The talks ended shortly after 11 p.m., and the sides agreed to meet again next week.
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