NHLPA executive director Donald Fehr told reporters Wednesday that the players' association has made a counteroffer to the league's latest proposal on Wednesday. The two sides are expected to meet again on Wednesday night.
The NHLPA has until the end of the day to file a disclaimer of interest, a step that would allow the union to no longer represent the players. In that case, players would be able to file individual lawsuits against the owners.
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