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Federal Mediators May Re-Enter NHL Talks At Players' Request
Published December 6, 2012
The players first requested that mediators from the Federal Mediation & Conciliation Service be brought back into the talks on Tuesday, but they were not available due to the fact that they were mediating talks to end the Port of L.A. strike. That strike ended yesterday. Daly noted that since the mediators were not available to NHL talks, the players and owners continued talking. "We worked on, hashed through and sharpened issues without the mediators, and exchanged our thoughts and ideas and made some moves," Daly wrote. "Let's see where it gets us before deciding next steps."