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As Usual, Answers Elude NHL Bargainers

Chris Young/Canadian Press

And deeper into the rabbit hole went the NHL season.

On the 110th day of the lockout the two sides met briefly at various points through the day and into the early evening, but reserved the real action for the courts, where things got curiouser and curiouser -- if one is made curious about obscure legal arguments.

But off we go.

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