Filed under: Stream Latest News NHL CBA proposal would allow New York Islanders revenue sharing, eliminate cap mules Contributors: Dominik Share this story Share this on Facebook Share this on Twitter Share All sharing options Share All sharing options for: NHL CBA proposal would allow New York Islanders revenue sharing, eliminate cap mules Reddit Pocket Flipboard Email The NHL's latest CBA proposal to "save the 82-game season" would allow the New York Islanders to receive revenue sharing, while eliminating the ability to reach the cap floor through individual player performance bonuses. 7 Total Updates Since Oct 17, 2012, 6:30am EDT Follow this stream October 20, 2012 Letter: Fehr outlines NHLPA offers By Dominik@LHHockey Donald Fehr's letter to NHLPA membership outlined the latest proposals from the union, which the NHL rejected within the hour. October 18, 2012 True to Form: NHL, NHLPA agree on nothing By Dominik@LHHockey The NHL and NHLPA Oct. 18 meetings produced more of the same: Hyperbole and disagreement over what was even presented. October 18, 2012 NHL, PA bring heavy hitters to Toronto standoff By Dominik@LHHockey The NHL and NHLPA have brought lots of key personnel to their standoff meeting in Toronto to discuss the league's Oct. 16 proposal. October 17, 2012 NHL 'Made Whole' Clause Delightfully Orwellian By Dominik@LHHockey What do you do when your CBA proposal essentially reduces existing salaries? You call the mechanism to address it something clever like "make whole." October 17, 2012 NHL CBA Proposal: Expanded revenue sharing By Dominik@LHHockey The NHL seeks to include struggling teams in big markets, like the New York Islanders and Anaheim Ducks, in the revenue sharing portion of its Oct. 16 CBA proposal. October 17, 2012 NHL CBA Proposal: Full text By Dominik@LHHockey The full text and PR positioning preamble of the NHL's Oct. 16 CBA proposal. October 17, 2012 How the NHL Proposal Would Affect the Islanders By Dominik@LHHockey A look at the consequences of the NHL's latest CBA proposal as they'd pertain to the New York Islanders.