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5 Reasons NHL Could Be Back by December

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Formal negotiations between NHL owners and players will resume Tuesday at 3:30 p.m. in New York. Players have been locked out since Sept. 16, and the first seven weeks of the NHL regular season, plus the Winter Classic outdoor game, have already been canceled.

But here are five reasons why fans can have hope of seeing the NHL back in action by December.

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