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NHL, NHLPA Still Far Apart On Contract Issues After Today's Talks
Published August 23, 2012
NHLPA Exec Dir Donald Fehr provided his take on the conceptual gulf with the league, saying, “We want more flexibility and the league doesn’t want that.” Still, Fehr tried to profess optimism heading into next week’s rounds of talks, with the CBA set to expire Sept. 15. “I believe there is still time,” he said.