The NHLPA is sticking to their guns about how expanded revenue sharing will love a multitude of problems for the NHL.
The league flat out wants to just pay less to players. While there have numerous players attending these negotiations, there have been very few owners that attended.
With a majority of NHL franchises "losing money" do you think that if it were to come to a vote, that struggling owners will rise up against the few that prosper an adopt a version of revenue sharing that the PA originally proposed? And as a follow-up, do the owners make any significant concessions?