With the NHL's latest offer still on the table, the league and NHL Players' Association spent most of Saturday in conference calls and discussions and will continue them on Sunday in New York.
There will be at least three more information sessions held on Sunday. Some participants will be involved in the information discussions via conference call, otherwise they will be face-to-face.
According to TSN Hockey Insider Darren Dreger, the discussions could lead to bargaining on Sunday, but there is no guarantee that will happen.
He notes that the calls on Saturday were purely "informational", and no bargaining took place.
The Players' Association has been reading through the 288-page offer that the NHL presented to them on Thursday.
Read the highlights of the new proposal here.
The lockout entered it's 105th day on Saturday. The league would like to have an agreement in place no later than January 11 with training camps to open the following day and the season starting on January 19. The season needs to start by that date to accommodate a 48-game regular season which would see playoffs end in late June.