#1 the two sides would renegotiate von jin shuiqian 12.09.2019 02:52

DENVER -- Blake Wheeler and Mark Scheifele are becoming Winnipegs go-to tandem in crunch time. Wheeler scored at 4:58 of overtime, with Scheifele getting an assist, and the Jets beat the slumping Colorado Avalanche 2-1 on Sunday night. Al Montoya stopped 33 shots and Andrew Ladd also scored for Winnipeg. It was the second time this month that Wheeler and Scheifele combined to give the Jets an overtime win. Three weeks ago, Wheeler scored on a pass from Scheifele to beat Tampa Bay. "The last time I put them together they ended up scoring the overtime goal," coach Claude Noel said. "You kind of go with it." Wheeler won Sundays game for the Jets when he shoved the puck past Avalanche goalie Semyon Varlamov with time ticking down in the extra period. "Scheifele was looking shot the whole way, but I could see out of the corner of his eye he was motioning to me to see if anyone was coming," said Wheeler, who also assisted on Ladds goal. "I was able to get by my guy and just called for it at the last second. I had no idea of the time left. I knew it was toward the end." Wheeler leads the team with 14 points (10 goals, four assists) in December. He has three multigoal games this month. Varlamov made 35 saves and Nathan MacKinnon scored for Colorado, which has lost four straight -- three after regulation. "Im not happy because we need those two points. Its all about the points," Varlamov said. "I cant lose that game, not like that." The Avalanche are in their first extended slump since starting the season 14-2-0. They have salvaged three points during their four-game losing streak to stay in third place in the Central Division and seventh in the Western Conference. "Im very happy because we had 19 games against our conference and we were 9-6-4," coach Patrick Roy said. "It was a tough stretch, it was an important stretch, and we picked up 22 points." Ladd gave the Jets a 1-0 lead with 8:18 remaining in the third period. It was his 10th goal of the season. "Wheels did a great job of beating the guy off the boards to get into an area where he could make a pass and make a good play," Ladd said. "I was able to get a good shot off." MacKinnon answered 29 seconds later when his shot went off defenceman Zach Bogosians skate and past Montoya. "I tried to tell our guys, Dont look for perfect plays. Just put it on net and see what happens," Roy said. "And thats how we scored our goal." Avalanche forward P.A. Parenteau went down with a left knee injury late in the second period. Parenteaus right skate got tangled with the skate of Winnipeg defenceman Jeff Trouba near centre ice, and Parenteaus left knee buckled. Parenteau was helped off the ice and into the locker room. He didnt return. "Hell have an MRI tomorrow and well know better and know exactly what it is," Roy said. Parenteau tied for the team lead in points last season with 43. He is fourth on the Avalanche this season with 24 points in 37 games. The goalies dominated through the first two periods. Varlamov had a big save on Evander Kanes wrister from the right circle with 4:57 left the second to deny the Jets their best scoring chance in the first 40 minutes. Colorado had a few opportunities, with the best coming late in the second, but Montoya kept the game scoreless with a couple of late saves. "It was a grind. It was tight, not a lot of scoring chances either way, but we hung in there," Avalanche captain Gabriel Landeskog said. "Offensively in the first period we were doing a great job of protecting that puck, cycling that puck and getting some momentum." Trouba had a chance with 12:25 left in the third but was slashed by Landeskog. The Jets had four shots on the ensuing power play but couldnt beat Varlamov. NOTES: Avalanche C Matt Duchene has 13 points (four goals, nine assists) in his last eight games. ... 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"Of course theres concern (about regular season starting as scheduled)," Copeland, who is also the leagues COO, said Monday. "I dont think we could be at this point in training camp and not be concerned. "But at the same time Id say Im hopeful because I believe in the strength of our offer. I think when the players have some more time with it, theyll realize its good for them to. Im hoping that can be basis of an agreement." CFLPA president Scott Flory didnt return two telephone messages Monday. The two sides havent met since Thursday. Copeland said no new talks were scheduled as of Monday afternoon. However, according to TSN, the CFLPA tabled a new four-year offer late Monday that was rejected by the league. The proposal reduced its salary cap demand from $5.8 million to $5.2 million, TSN said. The players also reportedly amended their revenue protection clause where it would have the right to renegotiate the cap in league revenues increased by $12 million in the third year of the deal. The players increased that figure to $18 million, according to TSN. The CFL and players met for more than 17 hours over two days last week. Both the union and the league tabled offers that were rejected by the other side. Training camps opened as scheduled Sunday but a players strike remains a strong possibility. Strike ballots have already been sent out but due to Alberta labour laws, the players wont be able to strike en masse until next week. Copeland said the league would welcome the resumption of talks as long as the "best and final offer" the CFL presented last week was the basis for discussion. "As we said to the executive, were certainly not closed to talking but it has to be talk thats within the parameters of the proposed agreement that we put on the table," Copeland said. &"By all means, if the PA executive wants to dig into that a little bit deeper, wants clarification of certain aspects of it, wants to make suggestions based on the framework of that offer then were open to listening to them.dddddddddddd." In its most recent proposal, the players association called for a $5.8-million salary cap increasing three per cent annually with a $4.8-million minimum. That was down from its original demand of a $6.24-million ceiling and $5.84-million floor. Last year, the CFL operated with a $4.4-million cap. The union also wants a $15,000 ratification bonus for veterans and just one weekly padded practice during the season while maintaining its original position on pre-season and playoff compensation as well as pensions. It would like the elimination of the option year from CFL contracts, except for new players, and independent neurologists on the sidelines during games. The leagues offer calls for a $5-million salary cap (up from $4.8 million) and boosts the average player salary to $96,000 (up from $92,917 in its original offer). It also calls for ratification bonuses of $5,000 for veterans and $1,500 for rookies. The CFL contends the players salary cap proposal excludes benefits, pensions, pre-season and post-season monies as well as ratification bonuses. If those are included, the league argues, the cap would be well more than $6 million in the first year and result in six of the nine teams losing money. The CFLPA has also amended its stance on revenue sharing. Instead of wanting specific percentages of gross revenues, sponsorships and gate money, the players proposed allowing for a fixed cap for at least two years. After the second, if league revenues increased by more than $12 million -- excluding the Grey Cup -- the two sides would renegotiate the cap or the CBA would be terminated at seasons end. Under the leagues proposal, the salary cap would be renegotiated if its revenues increased by $27 million or more in the third year of the deal. "We want to get a deal done, we want to be in camp without this being a topic of conversation," said Copeland. "We want to focus on football." ' ' '

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