http://pittsburghlive.com/x/tribune-review/sports/penguinslive/s_351246.html "From what I've heard it's pretty much all done, it's just lawyers writing it all out and some other small things," said Orpik, who has heard that an announcement is planned for Wednesday, the day after the baseball All-Star game. Still, Orpik said the numbers he's been hearing have been in line with those being reported of late. The one thing contained in the Los Angeles Times report that he hadn't heard, however, was that the union is still fighting for 2004-05 contracts to be honored in the coming season. "I remember at the last meeting we had, they said that wasn't an issue," said Orpik, a restricted free agent. "The PA had pretty much given up on that idea." "Even guys who don't agree are going to vote yes because I think everyone just kind of wants it to be over," Orpik said. "It's to the point where they're so close there's no turning back. Everyone just wants to play."