The NHL and NHLPA are in a game of proposal tag, going back-and-forth with offers and negotiations. And the hope is that the two sides can meet tonight.
As the NHL lockout extends into another calendar year, the NHL Player's Association is reviewing a response to the players' counter-offer on New Year's Eve. More will come Wednesday as the two sides talk.
As the league and union met on New Year's Eve, the NHLPA presented the league with a counter-proposal off their most recent offer. Both sides are expected to meet again Tuesday.
Both the NHL and NHLPA will meet tomorrow in New York for the first time since mid-December to further discuss the latest proposal made by the league on Thursday.
The NHL submitted a new offer to the NHL Players Association in hopes of coming to terms and ending the lockout.
While the NHL lockout wages on, flip to Comcast SportsNet Thursday night to catch some hockey action, as the Blackhawks' cup-clinching Game 6 win over the Flyers in the Stanley Cup Final is aired at 7 p.m.
Patrick Kane hasn't been able to show off his skills at the United Center this year, but he's still making goalies look silly overseas.
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The NHL announced another round of cancellations as the league and players union have no plans to meet again.
Blackhawks Classics continue on CSN as we re-air the 2010 Game 4 matchup against the Canucks in the Western Conference Semifinals.