NHLPA special counsel Steve Fehr says they “did not discuss core economic issues, as was the plan,” during Sunday’s five-hour get together with league representatives. He says they “discussed health and safety, drug testing, including more discussion of drug testing, medical care etc. Also a number of things in the CBA legal area of player movements.”
The drug policy was a key component of talks Friday when the sides got together for the first time since the NHL imposed the lockout on Sept. 16.
Source: Associated Press