At midnight September 16, 2012, the labour pact expired, and the league again locked out the players.  The owners proposed reducing the players' share of hockey-related revenues from 57 percent to 47 percent.  All games were cancelled up to January 14, 2013, as well as the 2013 NHL Winter Classic and the 2013 NHL All-Star Weekend .     A tentative agreement was reached on January 6, 2013, on a ten-year deal.  On January 12, the league and the Players' Association signed a memorandum of understanding on the new deal, allowing teams to begin their training camps on January 13, with a shortened 48-game season schedule that began on January 19.