After rejecting a proposal by the players that Don Fehr described as “about as good as we can do,” NHL commissioner Gary Bettman summed up Wednesday’s discussions on a new Collective Bargaining Ag
Below is the NHLPA memo to players [obtained by TSN.ca] outlining today’s proposal to the NHL. The proposal was later rejected by the NHL:
For the past two months NHLPA executive director Don Fehr has promised the league’s 700-plus players that he would fight for their right to be paid every penny of their existing contracts.
Ask just about anyone involved with the NHL players’ association and you hear the same thing: When Gary Bettman is ready to strike a deal to end the lockout, now in its 62nd day, he’ll return to t
With the NHL lockout now at the two-month mark, there are rumblings that an independent arbitrator may be the only way to settle the 61-day dispute.