Erin Weaver
Wednesday October 17th, 2012

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.

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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:

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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.

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