According to a report in the Toronto Star, Bruins owner Jeremy Jacobs very nearly walked out of Wednesdays late-night negotiation session between the NHL players and NHL owners.
The mood was both hopeful and wary in the dressing room after the local NHL players skated at a Boston rink on Thursday morning.
Andy Strickland from truehockey.com thinks the credit Sidney Crosby has received for rekindling CBA talks is a little overblown, and said there is still important work to be done by both sides.
Bruins players remaining in Boston are starting to run low on optimism, understandably, but theyre mustering up whatever theyve got left for todays big NHL powwow in New York City.
Don Cherry pens a column for the Toronto Star and tells the players to smarten up and stop badmouthing the NHL side during CBA negotiations. Id have to say I agree with Grapes on this one.