The NHL made a surprising move by releasing the full proposal to end the lockout on the NHL website. The six-year agreement hopes to preserve the 82-game season starting Nov. 2.
Full text of NHL's offer for a new Collective Bargaining Agreement in order to preserve a full 82 game season: bit.ly/R9zzCU—
(@NHL) October 17, 2012
Reports say the NHL and NHLPA will meet tomorrow in Toronto to discuss the new proposal. A response from the NHLPA could be expected at that time:
NHL and NHLPA will meet in Toronto tomorrow—
Pierre LeBrun (@Real_ESPNLeBrun) October 17, 2012
Lockout update: NHL and NHLPA representatives are scheduled to meet in Toronto tomorrow, TSN confirms.—
(@CP24) October 17, 2012
With talks tomorrow, players want to know what constitutes a 50-50 revenue split.
“For now we’re still evaluating the proposal,” says Devils goalie Johan Hedberg.