NHLPA closer to counterproposal
TORONTO -- The NHL Players' Association is almost ready to table its own vision for a new collective bargaining agreement.
As negotiations with the NHL resumed Tuesday, NHLPA executive director Donald Fehr indicated the union was getting close to responding to the league's initial proposal, which included a decreased share of hockey-related revenue, term limits on contracts and a 22-percent salary rollback.
"I doubt that it will be weeks -- plural," Fehr said. "But could it be two? ...
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