The National Hockey League and National Hockey League Players' Association met on two separate occasions Wednesday in the most recent attempt to arrive at a new Collective Bargaining Agreement.
In the first session, Wednesday morning at the League's NHL office, the Union presented its proposal for a new Collective Bargaining Agreement in a meeting that lasted a little bit less than an hour. The second session, after the League reviewed the Union's proposal, lasted almost two hours.
The NHL and NHLPA have been without a new CBA since Sept. 16. Games through Nov. 30, as well as the Bridgestone NHL Winter Classic, have been cancelled.