from Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Sun,
With all games cancelled until Dec. 1 and the possibility of a 60-game season starting to fade, Bill Daly, the NHL's deputy commissioner, told QMI Agency Tuesday the two sides haven't decided on when more talks may be held.
And if union officials are waiting for the NHL to make another move to try to save the season, it's not going to happen. Daly said in an email the league isn't going to be tabling any new offers.
"We're done making proposals at this point," said Daly.
Talks broke off Sunday after an hour-long meeting in New York where nothing was accomplished. Both stood on ceremony and neither showed willingness to move as the lockout hits Day 60 Wednesday.
Daly said the league is willing to negotiate some points.
"The union knows where this is flexibility and room to negotiate," said Daly. "They also should know where there's not."