Even after the NHL and NHLPA reached a tentative deal Sunday morning, some major questions still remain, like when the season start up.
The NHL and NHLPA agreed on a tentative deal in the wee hours of Sunday morning that quickly ignited reaction on Twitter.
After six long months of negotiations, it took one extremely long night to get the NHL out of the boardroom and back on the ice.
Sportsnet’s hockey experts cover all the big news out of New York City on Saturday that indicates the lockout may be reaching its conclusion.
St. Louis Blues forward Andy McDonald is confident a new CBA will be reached but is “embarrassed to say that I’m an NHL hockey player.”
During some NHL lockout downtime, Sportsnet’s Nick Kypreos turns to an unusual insider to get some extra information about the lockout.
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The NHL and NHLPA are close on a proposed salary cap and a source informed Sportsnet that a tentative deal could be reached within 24 hours.
With little to be optimistic about after another day of uneventful CBA negotiations, Big Bird decided to pop in to lighten the mood.