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10-15-2012, 02:15 PM
Change is good.
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The NHLPA has not countered the owners’ last proposal. The league has repeatedly said it wants the players’ union to make the next move.

If the players’ union doesn’t make a counter-offer, will the NHL continue to sit back and wait, or would it make another proposal to spur some action?

"We obviously feel there is an urgency to get to an agreement and to save our season,” Daly said in an e-mail to The Inquirer. “So while not ideal, we will have to keep all options open on how to best proceed.”

That sounds as if the NHL is growing tired of waiting around for the NHLPA.

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Is that the extent of Carchidi's information that the NHL may make the next proposal? Not sure that says "the league will bring a new proposal to the table on Tuesday" to me...

(But, hey, here's hoping!)

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