Today, in response to information indicating that NHL Players have or will be asked to vote to authorize the National Hockey League Players' Association's Executive Board to proceed to "disclaim interest" in continuing to represent the Players in collective
President Barack Obama is urging the NHL and the players' association to "do right by your fans" and find a solution to the league's lockout.
Talks between the NHL and the union are back under way for the first time in nearly a week as the sides again search for a deal to save the hockey season.
The NHL and its players' union will return to bargaining tomorrow at an undisclosed location in an effort to save the hockey season.
Statements relative to their participation in the collective bargaining agreement negotiations this week were released tonight by Ron Burkle of the Pittsburgh Penguins, Mark Chipman of the Winnipeg Jets, Larry Tanenbaum of the Toronto Maple Leafs and Jeff
According to a hasty Google translate of the Crimmitschau press release, Stewart returned to Canada because he was one of the players that “received from their managers to call for a return to North America and to prepare for
The National Hockey league may finally be one step closer to returning from its 80 day lockout after a full day of negotiating Tuesday that went late into the night. Without NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman and NHLPA Executive Director
Tampa Bay Lightning forwards Martin St. Louis and B.J Crombeen will be among 18 players meeting face-to-face with owners Tuesday, in hopes of ending the NHL Lockout. Here is the list of players that will be in attendance in
NHL Deputy Commissioner Bill Daly issued the following statement today regarding a meeting between NHL Owners and Players this week:
Mediation proved useless in the NHL labor dispute. Neutral third-party assistance moved the owners and players no closer toward settlement.