How is it that the league (represented by Disciplinarian Czar Colin Campbell) and Todd Bertuzzi (no doubt with a NHLPA representative in tow) can meet to discuss lifting of a suspension in the abscence of a Collective Bargaining Agreement (of which said punishment is contained in a sub-clause)? Isn't all sundry league business shut down pending the outcome of a lockout? Well apparently, it's okay to meet as long as both sides agree to meet. And what does this little latest news development have to say about the NHL's current policy regarding on-ice violence? Same old, same old? No changes to the CBA to prevent this from happening again? No changes to clean up the incessant and gratuitous violence that currently impedes it growth? This is the NewNHLâ„¢?