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Earlier: Is an end to the NHL lockout in sight?

In this file photo a chain and pad-lock are seen at a hockey rink in Toronto

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The NHL's 50-50 collective bargaining offer to the NHLPA was released in full online Wednesday morning, ramping up the speculation and attention on the next days of negotiations as the fate of an 82-game regular season hangs in the balance.

Is an end to the NHL lockout in sight? Does the offer finally signal the start of real negotiations between the two sides? Globe hockey writers Eric Duhatschek and James Mirtle will be here live on Thursday at noon ET to take your questions on hockey's labour woes.

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