Labor negotiations between the NHL and the players’ association are reportedly at a standstill.
According to The Sporting News in Canada, no meetings between the sides are scheduled either now or in the immediate future.
The NHLPA reportedly reached out to the league to set up a meeting, but NHL deputy commissioner Bill Daly said the union has no intention of making a new proposal and he isn’t sure what they would be meeting about.
The NHL has cancelled games through November 1st due to the ongoing lockout.
A full 82-game season appears very unlikely.
By: Mike Plourde for Great Lakes Radio Sports