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Monday's Coyotes Tracks - CBA Talks Stall Following NHL Luncheon

The excitement that followed last week's discussions carried on into the weekend but was short lived. Reports claimed that the progress that was made earlier during the week was stalled because of the return of Bruins' owner, Jeremy Jacobs to the bargaining table. In a lunch in, both parties continued to butt heads, ending the talks after only 90 minutes. On a less sour note, Coyotes affiliates found themselves in the winning column Sunday. More on the minor league team wins and CBA talks below, as well as Bruins' play-by-play guy, Jack Edwards' thoughts on the lockout.

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Lockout News

NHL talks on contract issues break up quickly - USAToday.com
Donald Fehr doesn't "see a path to an agreement."

MCKENZIE: ON DAY 57, DO YOU KNOW WHERE YOUR CBA IS? - TSN.ca
TSN's Bob McKenzie takes a stab at trying to understand where the CBA is at.

Larry Brooks: NHL commissioner Gary Bettman not willing to withdraw any of proposed changes to players’ contract rights - NYPOST.com
The plot thickens.

Pirates News

Pirates end weekend on a sweet note | Maine Hockey Journal
Portland's sweet victory in Hershey.

Pirates end trip with win over Bears | The Portland Press Herald / Maine Sunday Telegram
Andy Miele, Michael Stone and Alexandre Bolduc score for Portland in a 3-1 victory at Hershey.

Gladiators News

Jackson, Lee lead Glads to eighth straight win | AccessNorthGa
Gladiators beat the Solar Bears for their 8th straight win.

Solar Bears lose 2-1 to Gwinnett - OrlandoSentinel.com
Gwinnett beats the Solar Bears.

Manchester Phoenix News

Phoenix Steady the Ship to Make it 8 Home Wins on the Bounce - News - Manchester Phoenix
The Phoenix extended their home winning streak to eight on Sunday.

News From Around the Hockey World

Bissonnette nets for Devils | Orange UK
Biz Nasty continues his success in the UK with the Cardiff Devils.

USA Team Goes for Gold at WJAC
Hinostroza and Schilkey score two each to help U.S. team stay unbeaten.

The Final Howl

Hockey’s Leaders Have Failed Sport, Don’t Get ‘It’ (Video) | NESN.com
Jack Edwards' take on the lockout.