NHL, NHLPA Not Expected to Meet Over Weekend After Players’ Proposals Are Rejected (Video)


The collective bargaining agreement negotiations between the NHL and the NHLPA took wrong turn on Thursday as three proposals from the players were shot down by the owners.

In order to play an 82-game season, a deal has to be struck quickly, although it doesn't seem like either side is willing to budge. NHL deputy commissioner Bill Daly said that the players are trying to make one of their proposals look like it's 50-50, while it's really not even close to an even split.

Check out the video above to hear Chris Johnston of The Canadian Press talk about the current NHL lockout on NESN Daily.

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