Latest NHL Lockout Rumors (Please treat them as such)

Posted: November 8, 2012 in Uncategorized
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This post is based only on rumors that have been circulating on the Internet of late. As the NHL and the NHLPA keep talking for the second consecutive day in an undisclosed location, the rumor is that the two parties could be closer to an agreement than at any point during this conflict. Though none of this information has been verified as yet, due to the tight media blackout imposed by the two parties, it is worth treating the information with a pinch of salt (rightly so).

The rumour has it that the NHL and the NHLPA have come to an agreement on the “Make Whole” (honouring existing contracts) and a 50-50 revenue split. Supposedly today’s talks will be around the Restricted free agent-, free agent status and contract term lengths.  There is rumblings that a deal could be announced as soon as Friday, or Sunday, depending on the source and a league (supposedly 72 games) could start as soon as 1st of December.

As said, these rumors have NOT been confirmed yet and should be treated as rumors and taken with a pinch of salt. However, this is the first real progress that we have heard in over a month since the NHL first tabled its 50-50 offer.

 

Edit @ 20:38 GMT: According to a story at NBC Sports’ ProHockeyTalk, the NHLPA tabled two offers to the NHL. One offer on the revenue split and one on the “Make Whole” provision. According to the story, the NHLPA is expecting the NHL to respond to these offers in today’s meetings. It looks like it could be a pretty interesting, albeit long night of news and information of the lockout

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