The NHL and the players union will resume negotiations Tuesday, USA Today reported.
The sides last talked Wednesday and Thursday in New York, where they discussed drug testing and free agency.
The agenda for Tuesday's meeting will be decided Monday, according to USA Today. The major issue of dividing the league's $3.3 billion in revenue has not been discussed since the league locked out the players Sept. 16.
The league's last proposal, submitted Sept. 12, asked the players to cut their take from 57 percent to 47 percent over six years.
The NHL already has canceled games through the first three days of the season, which takes them through Oct. 24.