League, union both see a plus side

Originally Published: April 28, 2004
Associated Press

TORONTO -- Reducing the NHL schedule by 10 games is among topics being discussed by the NHL and its players association in attempting to negotiate a new collective bargaining agreement.

"Shortening the season is what we've said all along is what we're prepared to discuss along with any number of other issues," NHL vice president Bill Daly said Wednesday. "To say we've had any serious negotiations or any tentative agreement on it would be an overstatement. But certainly it's something that ...

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