NHL makes counteroffer to players’ association

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NEW YORK — The NHL has kicked the ball back to the players’ association in the form of another counteroffer as the sides play pingpong in the search for labor peace.

The proposal was presented in a 30-minute meeting that was long delayed as the league worked on its response to the union’s counteroffer Monday. The NHL started this latest round of talks with a contract offer late last week.

After reviewing the document later Tuesday night, Fehr planned to get back in touch with the NHL on Wednesday morning and expected to meet with the league for a third straight day.

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