Will the fourth one be the charm?
"We've never heard a full proposal from them," Daly said. "We've heard their proposal on economics, they're still suggesting that they're moving in our direction on economics. Until we know exactly where they stand on economics … we think it's all tied together. We'd like to hear it all together."
Wednesday's meeting comes at a time when the NHL is expected to cancel more games. Sources say that the first two weeks of December are expected to be wiped out.
The NHL has been in a lockout for ten weeks. Players have missed out on three paychecks, and the league has lost millions of dollars in revenue. Commissioner Gary Bettman had suggested that both sides take a two week break after the last round of negotiations broke down. However, the NHLPA pushed to meet again.
"It's hard for me to see how you make an agreement if you aren't talking and so you talk," said Fehr. "Sometimes it doesn't lead anywhere, perhaps very often it doesn't lead anywhere, but if you aren't talking it's 100 per cent sure it doesn't lead anywhere."
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