As the NHL inches closer to the point of no return, the rhetoric between the league and its players’ union has escalated.
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.