"It's our position that we've made a couple comprehensive proposals in a row," Deputy Commissioner Bill Daly said. "We'd like to know where they are on all of the issues. We asked that they put together a comprehensive proposal for us to consider."
In recent negotiations, both sides have been unable to agree on proposed changes to player contract rights and revenue sharing. While several ideas have been tossed around in the past few weeks, the NHL is looking to see it all on paper.
NHLPA executive director Donald Fehr will consider the League's request and is hoping to make contact again on Tuesday to pursue negotiations. The union could, however, choose to take some time to put together a proposal and meet with the NHL on Wednesday instead.
The possibility of taking a break from talks was discussed last week, but the NHLPA thought it best for both parties to keep meeting.
Players missed their third paychecks last Thursday and all regular-season games have been cancelled through Nov. 30. Further games are expected to be cancelled this week, especially if the NHL and NHLPA reach another stalemate in CBA negotiations.