NEW YORK (AP) - The waiting game continues for hockey fans as the countdown to a possible lockout this weekend continues. Yesterday the two sides, the owners and the players, exchanged proposals. They met for three hours.
Today the players held a meeting with their executive director Donald Fehr, while commissioner Gary Bettman briefed the owners.
Penguins star Sidney Crosby told reporters things are "not looking great" for the season to start on time.
The deadline for a new agreement before the owners lockout the players is midnight, Saturday night.