The National Hockey League lockout is in its 112th day, and Calgary native Chris Phillips, a defenceman with the Ottawa Senators, is very unhappy with how negotiations are going.
According to the Ottawa Sun, Phillips disagrees how the National Hockey League is defining their hockey related revenue from comments he made on Friday.
Phillips believes the NHL has significant control with the terms of hockey related revenue and lack "accountability" when it comes to accounting.
Phillips went on to state he is pleased that the NHL and National Hockey League Players' Association have agreed to split the revenues, but then stated:
""50-50 of what? That's just ridiculous. We're trying to get a deal done, and negotiate in good faith and they pull garbage like that. That's not going to get anything done."