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Here’s a look around social media at some reactions to the NHL denying the NHLPA’s counter proposal on Wednesday afternoon:
On Tuesday, the NHLPA presented the owners with their counter-proposal for a new collective bargaining agreement.
Tuesday is a big day. Donald Fehr will make his first official play as the head of the NHLPA, and the hockey world will wait to see how Bettman responds to the players’ proposal. But reality is simple: these CBA … Continue reading
When negotiations broke up on Thursday, the NHL and NHLPA agreed on something: the gap between the two sides was substantial on the subject of revenue sharing. The players view revenue sharing as a more important piece of the new … Continue reading
On Wednesday morning, the NHL informed the NHLPA that they intend to either terminate or renegotiate the Collective Bargaining Agreement. According to the CBA, both parties have until 120 days prior to the expiration date of the existing CBA to … Continue reading
From NHL.com (Jan. 6): The National Hockey League announced today that it will not move forward with implementation of the Realignment Plan and modified Playoff Format recently approved by the NHL Board of Governors for the 2012-13 NHL season because the … Continue reading
On Friday afternoon, ahead of the NHL’s adjusted deadline, it appears there is resolution to report. Ilya Kovalchuk’s attempted contract(s) with the New Jersey Devils opened a firestorm of posturing between the league and the Players’ Association that began with … Continue reading