Burke opened up, and he was optimistic. 1. 6 year deal, short year this year and six more 2. Luxury tax is on the table 3. Profit sharing; if it tops 100 million it's a 50/50 share 4. Arbitration; rights for clubs and salaries Still linkage apparently. Interesting point, any lying, million dollar fine and a first round pick, second time you get caught it's 5 million and three first round picks. Healy is still not optimistic. He notes that revenues can't be tracked or controlled; suggests a higher percentage of revenues that they could count and be sure about, like ticket sales or concessions. McKenzie notes that they should have done this 5 months ago. Burke really sounds optimistic, and even Healy seems to think that there are some creative options available. That's interesting to me that Healy seems to think that there are opportunities available-he's clearly talking to the NHLPA, and he's been roundly negative up to this point.