Newsday source: First day of legitimate negotiations

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    I think I'm too wary to have any real hope, but it's interesting that at least two relatively credible sources have used the word progress.
     
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    Progress... it's a wonderful thing... and all it took 6 months, a cancelled season and the threat of impasse. So who has to die for them to actually come up with a solution? Welcome to the No Hope League.
     
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    I wouldn't really call that progress, and I wouldn't call that an article either. Newsday covering lockout hockey in April? It's the same thing after every meeting. Six or seven hours and a bunch of rejected proposals. I'll believe we're making progress when I see NHLPA members or replacement players carrying their equipment bags and sticks into Rye Playland in September. At least there would be some hockey.
     
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