Union chief says players prepared for lockout

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Union chief says players prepared for lockout
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ROSEMONT, Ill — NHLPA head Donald Fehr said Friday the players are prepared for the eventuality of an owners’ lockout if a new collective bargaining agreement can’t be reached. Fehr wrapped up a meeting held over parts of two days with about 40 players at a hotel outside of O’Hare International Airport. The union will hold similar informational meetings next week in British Columbia and Toronto.

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