Oct 1, 2012, 3:36 PM EDT
The NHL and NHLPA will be back at the bargaining table Tuesday in New York, but once again the talks aren’t expected to focus on the dispute’s main sticking point.
Instead, tomorrow’s negotiations will attempt to define hockey-related revenue, according to the Canadian Press.
Exactly how the two sides plan to split up the revenue is apparently a topic for another day.
The league and players’ union discussed secondary CBA issues for three straight days from Friday to Sunday.
We’d end this post with “hey, at least they’re talking” if we weren’t so sick of ending posts that way.
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