National Hockey League Commissioner Gary Bettman and Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment Chair Larry Tanenbaum (R), return to league negotiations in New York December 4, 2012. (Reuters/ERIC THAYER)
It’s up to you, New York.
If the NHL season is going to indeed be saved, then a lot will ride on the response of the NHL Players’ Association to the league’s latest proposal during a face-to-face meeting on Day 106 of the lockout Sunday in New York City.
While the league and the players spent Saturday holding a series of conference calls to discuss the NHL’s last-ditch effort to save a 48-game schedule, there was no formal bargaining, just question and answer sessions.