|NHL releases details of latest offer to NHLPA|
|Written by Admin|
|Wednesday, 17 October 2012 05:49|
In an unprecedented move, the league has published the documents it handed over to the NHL Players' Association on Tuesday in an attempt to save a full 82-game season and end the third lockout of Commissioner Gary Bettman's tenure.
The first document is the 10-point offer and the second includes a detailed explanation of the proposal. Both documents are published in full on the league's website.
As NHLPA executive director Donald Fehr said Tuesday, the offer is for six years, with a mutual option for a seventh, and includes a 50-50 split in revenue. It also includes a provision to ensure players receive all of the money they've been promised on existing contracts.
The NHLPA is expected to offer a response to the proposal when the sides meet again on Thursday. The season, under this proposal, would start on Nov. 2.