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From the NHLPA press release: The members of the National Hockey League Players’ Association (NHLPA) have voted to ratify the new Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) between the NHLPA and the National Hockey League (NHL). While the players’ vote ratifies the … Continue reading
CBC’s Elliott Freidman says the new CBA doesn’t hurt Roberto Luongo James Mirtle explains the NHL’s salary cap could hit $90-million CapGeek.com tells us Rostislav Olesz would have a $2.25M cap hit if buried in Rockford this year. They also … Continue reading
Here are three articles that outline the highlights of the new CBA: The Fourth Period’s breakdown of the new CBA (with player reaction) Kevin Allen at USA Today’s simple breakdown of the CBA The National Post’s detailed breakdown of the … Continue reading
Reports out of Switzerland are that Patrick Kane is headed overseas. He will join Swiss league team EHC Biel on a lockout deal, where he’ll play with Boston Bruins forward Tyler Seguin. The news was made official on the Biel … Continue reading
In an unprecedented move, the NHL published their complete proposal on NHL.com Wednesday morning. Here’s the link. TSN has published a memo sent to players by Donald Fehr.
On Tuesday, the NHL came to the table with a new offer for the Players Association. While there’s reason for optimism, the devil is often in the details.
It’s worth a few moments of your time to read this great piece from TSN’s Bob McKenzie this morning. Meanwhile, the players have challenged the NHL’s ability to lock them out with the labour boards of two Canadian provinces. Closer … Continue reading
#NHL & #NHLPA reportedly have no current plans to renew CBA talks. Probably won’t until after September 10, as suggested by @darrendreger — Spector’s Hockey (@SpectorsHockey) September 4, 2012 Just spoke to three NHL players and growing feeling that NHL … Continue reading
When meetings between league officials and NHLPA representation ended on Thursday morning in Toronto, the likelihood of the 2012-13 season starting on time appears to be growing more faint. The NHLPA reportedly presented the remainder of their proposal to the … Continue reading