The NHL and NHL Players' Association are set to meet for the first time in nearly two weeks, but a discussion about a new collective bargaining agreement isn't on the agenda.
Instead, the sides will discuss the accounting for last season's hockey-related revenue when they sit down together Monday morning in Toronto.
It's the first time they've met since Sept. 12, when each side tabled a proposal.
Neither gained any traction.
The league enacted a lockout when the CBA expired three days later.
The work stoppage has already caused a delay in the start of training camps and prompted the cancellation of September's pre-season games.