Players work on new offer as NHL lockout reaches 66th day
No expectations in next proposal
The NHL lockout hit its 66th day Tuesday without negotiations between the league and players' union in an attempt to come to terms on a new collective bargaining agreement.
The sides met for nearly 2 hours Monday night in New York and spent Tuesday apart as the NHLPA is reportedly mulling making a new proposal the next time the sides sit down to talk. Reportedly, negotiations will resume today in New York.
There is still a wide gap in the division of hockey-related revenue and also contract terms, among other items. The NHL is said to be waiting for the union to offer a new deal – though NHL deputy commissioner Bill Daly told the Tribune in an e-mail that he isn't sure what will transpire.
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