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League owners approve new labor deal

National Hockey League (NHL) Commissioner Gary Bettman announces the end of labor negotiations between the NHL and the NHL Players Association (NHLPA) in New York, January 9, 2013. The NHL and locked-out players reached a tentative agreement on Sunday to end a costly labor dispute and salvage a condensed season that was days away from being cancelled entirely. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson

National Hockey League (NHL) Commissioner Gary Bettman announces the end of labor negotiations between the NHL and the NHL Players Association (NHLPA) in New York, January 9, 2013. The NHL and locked-out players reached a tentative agreement on...more

National Hockey League (NHL) Commissioner Gary Bettman announces the end of labor negotiations between the NHL and the NHL Players Association (NHLPA) in New York, January 9, 2013. The NHL and locked-out players reached a tentative agreement on Sunday to end a costly labor dispute and salvage a condensed season that was days away from being cancelled entirely. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson
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Workers put the finishing touches on the installation of the Washington Capitals logo at center ice during the laying down process of the playing surface at Verizon Center, the home of the NHL Washington Capitals, in Washington January 9, 2013.The National Hockey League (NHL) and locked-out players reached a tentative agreement on Sunday to end a costly labor dispute and salvage a condensed season that was days away from being canceled entirely. REUTERS/Gary Cameron

Workers put the finishing touches on the installation of the Washington Capitals logo at center ice during the laying down process of the playing surface at Verizon Center, the home of the NHL Washington Capitals, in Washington January 9, 2013.The...more

Workers put the finishing touches on the installation of the Washington Capitals logo at center ice during the laying down process of the playing surface at Verizon Center, the home of the NHL Washington Capitals, in Washington January 9, 2013.The National Hockey League (NHL) and locked-out players reached a tentative agreement on Sunday to end a costly labor dispute and salvage a condensed season that was days away from being canceled entirely. REUTERS/Gary Cameron
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