NHL labor talks break off without progress made
Thursday, January 20th 2005, 7:00 pm
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After two days of negotiations, the NHL and the players' association broke off talks and appear no closer to a deal that could save the hockey season.
Representatives from the NHL and the players' association met for 4 1/2 hours Thursday, the second straight day the sides held discussions in an attempt to end the four-month lockout.
But the talks broke off without a deal or plans for the sides to meet further.
``We continue to have strong philosophical differences,'' NHL chief legal officer Bill Daly said. ``I can't say we're any closer.
``We don't have anything scheduled.''