The National Lacrosse League salvaged its 2008 season by agreeing to a new collective bargaining agreement with the Professional Lacrosse Player’s Association, according to...

The National Lacrosse League salvaged its 2008 season by agreeing to a new collective bargaining agreement with the Professional Lacrosse Player’s Association, according to ESPN.

The league announced last week that it was canceling the upcoming season after the two sides failed to settle on terms.

The seven-year deal will run through the 2014 season, the longest labor deal in the 22-year history of professional indoor lacrosse. The league’s previous three-year agreement with the PLPA expired after the 2007 season.

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