NHL: Players mulling owners' offer of 50/50 revenue split
TORONTO – Finally, it’s a start.
The puck is now in the NHL players’ end with a chance to move forward.
In a major step toward breaking the impasse on a collective bargaining agreement and beginning serious negotiations to end the lockout, the league on Tuesday offered a sweeping proposal that calls for a 50/50 split in hockey-related revenues with the players association.
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