For the second consecutive night, NHL commisioner Gary Bettman and NHL Players Association executive director Donald Fehr met privately to discuss the NHL lockout.
The two men discussed issues on the revenue front Saturday and also talked about player safety and drug testing.
It is unclear how close both sides are to making a deal, but
as of now, the Oct. 11 regular-season start date is in jeopardy. Many players seem to have accepted a shortened season as a reality, making their way overseas to play in Europe. Tyler Seguin, Andrew Ference and David Krejci of the Bruins are the NHL players taking their talents overseas.
To hear Fehr's outlook on Saturday's meetings, check out the video above.