As the NHL lockout continues to deprive fans of games, at least one executive is staying positive.
Bruins president Cam Neely still holds out hope that a season can be salvaged. The NHL and NHLPA are scheduled to resume talks on Monday after a brief hiatus. With games cancelled through Nov. 30, the next cancellation could extend the lockout into December, and further worsen the effects of a labor dispute.
Check out what Neely had to say in the video above, from Sunday’s NESN Daily with Dale Arnold.