The negotiating committees for the NHL and the players’ union are scheduled to meet today in Toronto and this time they are expected to discuss the core economic issues that have delayed the start
A few weeks ago Capitals center Brooks Laich referred to NHLPA executive director Don Fehr as the tip of the sword in sports labor negotiations.
That tip is getting sharper by the day.
Today is Thanksgiving in Canada and perhaps the only thing hockey fans in the Great White North can be thankful for is the fact that negotiations for a new labor agreement between NHL owners and pl
Back in 2004, NHL players swore theyd never agree to play in a league with a salary cap. A years worth of wages later, they reluctantly agreed to a salary cap.