A month ago, the players could have had 55% of ~$1.5 billion, or a $42.5 million cap.
Now, they can have 54% of $? or a $37.5 million cap.
Makes sense. The longer this goes, the smaller revenues get, the less the players deserve, and should expect.
Goodenow's comments at the end suggest he still doesnt have a plan B, and is still waiting for the NHL to come up and say "ok, ok. we give up. We agree that you should be treated as a charity, and we should be willing to lose hundreds of millions of dollars paying you!"
That plan has already cost the players $1.2 billion. I wonder how much more they have to lose before they cut their losses?