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Fate of NLL 2008 season could be decided this weekend

If the National Lacrosse League and Professional Lacrosse Players' Association cannot reach a new collective bargaining agreement by October 15 deadline, it will likely end the 2008 season.

Updated: October 12, 2007, 3:25 PM ET
By Steve Kojima | Inside Lacrosse

If the National Lacrosse League and Professional Lacrosse Players' Association cannot reach a new collective bargaining agreement by the league-imposed Monday, Oct. 15, deadline, NLL officials are holding firm on their stance to cancel the 2008 season, league and union representatives confirmed Thursday.

The two sides will meet on Saturday and Sunday at the league's main offices in New York City as they attempt to come to terms on their fourth collective bargaining agreement in just seven ...

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