Tentative agreement reached to end NHL Lockout

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A tentative agreement has been reached to save the rest of the NHL season.

The league and the players’ association announced a tentative deal following a 16-hour negotiation session.

The lock out reached its 113th day Sunday.

The agreement still needs to be drafted and formerly approved by both parties.

The deal may mean a 48-50 game season starting on Jan. 19.


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