NHL Deputy Commissioner Bill Daly announced that no additional meetings were scheduled this week. Games through Jan. 14 have already been cancelled.
The NHL's deputy commissioner, Bill Daly, announced that no additional meetings between the league and players were scheduled for this week, reports CSN Philly:
As the NHL lockout entered its 100th day on Monday, league deputy commissioner Bill Daly told CSNPhilly.com that there are no talks currently scheduled this week. "We haven't talked about meetings later this week," Daly said in an e-mail. "I guess we will see."
Games through Jan. 14 have already been cancelled, leaving less than half of the regular season. A new collective bargaining agreement would need to be in place by the middle of January for a "meaningful season" of 48 games to be realistic.