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07-31-2012, 11:19 PM
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NHL's recap of Tuesday.

"They have asked for an exhaustive amount of information," Commissioner Bettman said. "We think they have plenty of financial information. They've had it on an ongoing basis as a union for years; but, having said that, we are doing our best to comply with all of their requests for information -- whether or not we think they are relevant, as quickly as possible.

"But, as you can understand, if we have produced 76,000 pages in a short period of time and we're gathering it from the 30 clubs and the League office, there is a lot of work to do in a short period of time."

Fehr said the PA has just begun to digest the information the NHL produced Monday.
In the negotiating session Tuesday, The NHL was represented by Commissioner Bettman, Deputy Commissioner Bill Daly, Senior V.P. of Player Safety and Hockey Operations Brendan Shanahan, Boston Bruins owner Jeremy Jacobs, Minnesota Wild owner Craig Leipold, Washington Capitals owner Ted Leonsis, Toronto Maple Leafs President and General Manager Brian Burke, Carolina Hurricanes President and General Manager Jim Rutherford, and legal counsel.

The NHLPA was represented by Fehr, Special Counsel Steve Fehr, General Counsel Don Zavello, Special Assistant to the Executive Director Mathieu Schneider, Director of Operations Alex Dagg, and 11 players: Craig Adams (Penguins), Dan Cleary (Red Wings), B.J. Crombeen (Lightning), Mathieu Darche (unrestricted free agent), Shawn Horcoff (Oilers), Steve Montador (Blackhawks), George Parros (Panthers), Cory Schneider (Canucks), Kevin Westgarth (Kings), Ryan Whitney (Oilers) and Keith Yandle (Coyotes).
Subcommittee meetings scheduled for Wednesday.

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