Daily Roundup: December 7, 2012

  • Owners' statements on CBA talks
    A released statement from several members of the NHL’s bargaining committee.
  • NHL and players express cautious optimism as talks continue
    NEW YORK – If the NHL and the players' union come to terms on a collective bargaining agreement – and they tried to inch toward one as they met again Wednesday in New York – Pittsburgh Penguins co-owner Ron Burkle figures to get lots of the credit.
  • New York Rangers vs. Pittsburgh Penguins: Tale of the Tape for 2012-13
    "It's not bragging if you can back it up." – Muhammad Ali Knockout line by one of the greatest heavyweight champs in history. The New York Rangers and Pittsburgh Penguins are a couple of big-time heavyweights themselves. Two of the best teams in the National Hockey League , they will fight for supremacy not only within the Atlantic Division, but first overall in the Eastern Conference and the …
  • NHL-League appears upbeat as labor talks gain traction
    Dec 5 (Reuters) – A small group of National Hockey League (NHL) owners and players appeared to be making some progress on Wednesday toward ending a costly lockout that threatens to wipe out a full season of play for the second time in seven years. Pittsburgh Penguins captain Sidney Crosby was among 18 players who met with six NHL owners at a Manhattan hotel for a second consecutive day and it …

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