Bettman Suggests 2 Weeks of Silence

Bettman Suggests 2 Weeks of Silence

The stalemate between the NHL and NHL Players' Association may last longer than expected, possibly stretching into December.

Multiple sources told ESPN that NHL commissioner Gary Bettman suggested to NHLPA executive director Donald Fehr on Wednesday that the two sides take a two-week moratorium from negotiations. The news was earlier reported by TSN's Aaron Ward.

Fehr informed Bettman he'd like to speak with his membership first, a source said. The union likely will give Bettman a response Friday, although it is believed it would prefer meeting rather than not.

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