NHLPA could still go down disclaimer road

Players Teddy Purcell (left), James Neal (centre) and Steven Stamkos talk in front of the bench...

Players Teddy Purcell (left), James Neal (centre) and Steven Stamkos talk in front of the bench during a break in action at a NHLPA charity game in Toronto on Dec. 19, 2012. (Fred Thornhill/Reuters)

BRUCE GARRIOCH, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 8:08 PM ET

NEW YORK - The NHL Players' Association could be prepared to go the disclaimer of interest route ... again.

The union started to take a re-vote Thursday at 6 p.m. among its 700 members on filing a disclaimer, which would give the players the option to file anti-trust lawsuits in the United States to get the lockout declared illegal.

The NHLPA has given its members 48 hours to cast a ballot.


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