NHL Cancels Games Through Nov. 1st
The NHL has officially canceled it's regular season games through Nov. 1st due to an ongoing labor dispute with it's players.
No new talks have been scheduled.
The news comes a day after three NHLPA counter-proposals were rejected by the league's owners.
Earlier this week things looked optimistic when the two parties met in Toronto with a proposal to the players that included a 50/50 split of league revenue and an 80-game schedule beginning Nov. 2nd.
"We very much want to propose an 82-game season and in that light we made an offer really," Bettman told reporters on Tuesday.
With games now officially canceled through Nov. 1st, a full 82 game schedule is, albeit bleak, still possible.
A total of 135 games have been canceled this season.
The NHL is embattled in it's third lockout since 1994.