Who's attending NHL-NHLPA meeting

The NHLPA will respond to the NHL’s offer of a 50-50 split in hockey-related revenue and a full 82-games season starting Nov. 2 as they two sides meet in Toronto on Thursday afternoon.

UPDATED 1:29 P.M.: The meeting was pushed back to 2:30 p.m. ET at the earliest because the NHLPA had a conference call with its executive board and negotiating committee.

UPDATED 3:08 P.M.: A source told ESPNNewYork.com that the NHLPA discussed four potential scenarios on a conference call with players in the hours leading up to Thursday's meeting with the league; all of those proposals included a gradual step-down to the 50-50 revenue split and challenges on the systemic issues. They discussed they merits of which, if not all, proposals should be submitted to the league.

UPDATED 3:49 P.M.: Meeting has ended. A source told ESPN.com that the NHLPA presented three proposals as options.


Craig Adams

Brad Boyes

Chris Campoli

David Clarkson

Danny Cleary

Carlo Colaiacovo

Sidney Crosby

Mathieu Darche

Shane Doan

Shawn Horcoff

Jarome Iginla

Robyn Regehr

Eric Staal

Matt Stajan

Shawn Thornton

Jonathan Toews

Kevin Westgarth

Daniel Winnik


Jeremy Jacobs (Boston)

Craig Leipold (Minnesota)

Murray Edwards (Calgary)

Ted Leonsis (Washington)