The NHL and the NHL Players Association will actually sit across from each other Monday.
The two sides have agreed to sit down in Toronto to finalize the numbers for last season on “Hockey Related Revenues” and escrow, but a week into the lockout they still haven’t scheduled another bargaining session.
There were no talks - formal or informal - between the two sides on a new collective bargaining agreement Saturday. The NHLPA would like to get back to the table but league officials have asked to wait until Monday to decide on future discussions.
The two sides haven’t met in 10 days.