As the NHL Lockout hits Day 38, the league and players' union are not on meeting terms, as no talks are scheduled for this week.
The NHL had proposed to open training camps this Friday, but that seems unlikely if the two sides don't resume discussion. Monday marked the fourth day the two sides did not meet. Although both the league and players' association want a 50-50 split of revenue, there are still a variety of issues that need to be sorted out that are preventing the two sides from reaching an agreement.
Rob Rossi of the Tribune-Review summarized the situation while also providing an update on the whereabouts of various Pittsburgh Penguins players. A new low of five Penguins players showed up to an organized workout session in Southpointe Monday, including the team's union rep Craig Adams while Sidney Crosby, Chris Kunitz, and James Neal headed to Plano, Texas, for a separate workout session.