As the deadline approaches for the NHL and NHL Players' Association to come to an agreement on a new Collective Bargaining Agreement, the two sides exchanged proposals at meetins Wednesday morning in New York City.
NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman said that the Players' Association's new proposal did not have many changes from the last one.
"There wasn't much movement at all," he told reporters shortly after Fehr spoke.
The league's counter to the NHLPA's offer is asking the players give up between $250 and $300 million less than the league's enitial proposal, according to multiple reports.
The CBA expires on Sept. 15. Both sides expected to meet again on Thursday.