The NHL and NHL Players' Association will resume negotiating for a new collective bargaining agreement Monday night, according to ESPN New York. Commissioner Gary Bettman said last week he wanted a two-week moratorium on talks, but the NHLPA requested that discussions continue. It has been more than a week since the two sides negotiated. The Nov. 11 meeting lasted less than an hour and no progress was made. It is not clear exactly what the league and players will discuss. "I have no idea," NHL deputy commissioner Bill Daly wrote to ESPN New York in an e-mail. Daly said last week that players' union would set the agenda for the next meeting.
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