• SHARE:
  • email
  • Bookmark and Share

NHL and players' association talk, but still have no plans to meet again

NEW YORK, N.Y. - NHL Deputy Commissioner Bill Daly and players' association special counsel Steve Fehr spoke to each other on Saturday, but the sides still have no plans to meet face-to-face as a deadline to preserve a full hockey season draws nearer.

No details of what Daly and Fehr discussed on Saturday were released, but both sides said there were no new developments on the 35th day of the lockout.

On Friday, the NHL cancelled all games through Nov. 1. The league said in its most recent proposal to the players that a deal must be reached by Thursday in order for the season to start on Nov. 2 and for each team to play a complete 82-game season.

Talks broke off quickly on Thursday after the NHLPA made three counterproposals that were rejected by the NHL, two days after the league's latest offer to the union.

More Stories

Charges against former NHL player, Winnipeg city councillor put over

WINNIPEG - A first court appearance for a Winnipeg city councillor and former NHL player accused...

Richards demoted in playoffs again as Rangers tenure is likely to end soon

Brad Richards looked to be on his way out of New York in 2013, when former Rangers coach John...

Coach Vigneault says Rangers will need to step up their game against Kings

LOS ANGELES, Calif. - The Los Angeles Kings are a mountain to climb, and the size of the...

Chicago Blackhawks look for turnaround in Game 5 against surging Los Angeles Kings

CHICAGO - The special teams have been awful. The faceoff circle has been a huge problem. Patrick...
blog comments powered by Disqus

THN on Twitter

Did the Colorado Avalanche overpay Ryan O'Reilly (two years, $6 million per)?




Contests

Our Partners