NHL CBA talks resume, players association may present new proposal

Wednesday September 12th, 2012

After a week-long hiatus, talks between the NHL and NHLPA resumed on Wednesday at the league's headquarters in New York. The current CBA expires on Sept. 15, after which a lockout would ensue. The main discrepancy between the two sides is how to split revenues: The league's latest offer is to give the players 46%; the players want to remain at their current 57% according to CBS Sports.

ESPN's Katie Strang reported via Twitter that the players planned to present something to the league, although details have not been released:



Nearly 300 players went to New York for the meeting. Strang reported on a few in attendance:

https://twitter.com/KatieStrangESPN/status/245910825905295360 The first games of the regular season are scheduled for Oct. 11.

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