NHL negotiations stall as arenas remain dark

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NEW YORK — NHL arenas are dark, and now so are its negotiating rooms.

Hockey’s opening day came and went Thursday with no games and no reason to think players will be hitting the ice anytime soon.

The league and the union were back at the bargaining table, hours before pucks were supposed to drop to open the regular season, but once again the sides didn’t address the core economic differences at the center of the league’s lockout that has already lasted 26 days.

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