posted on October 19, 2012 15:44
More bad news for hockey fans: The NHL is cancelling more regular-season games as a result of the ongoing labor stalemate.
The league has called off games through November 1st.
The NHL rejected three union counter-proposals on Thursday to its offer of a 50-50 revenue split as owners and players remain without a collective bargaining agreement. Part of the League's proposal included a plan to play a full 82-game schedule starting Nov. 2.
The NHL previously cancelled games through Oct. 24. The players have been locked out since the previous CBA expired Sept. 15.