The National Hockey League and the players' association plan for bargaining talks to resume on Tuesday.
Details of the meeting and its location have not been finalized.
The two sides last held discussions during two days of negotiations at the league's New York office earlier this week. After five hours of talks on Wednesday, the sides got back together on Thursday; although day two was centred on secondary issues.
All games through Oct. 24 have been called off, and more cuts are expected with no new labour deal in sight.
NHL deputy commissioner Bill Daly estimates the NHL lost $100 million from the cancellation of the entire preseason and would be out another $140 million to $150 million with the regular-season losses.