NHL Deputy Commissioner Bill Daly issued the following statement regarding the two days of meetings that concluded today with representatives of the NHL Players’ Association under the auspices of the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service
Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service Director George H. Cohen issued the following statement today on the ongoing labor negotiations between the National Hockey League and the National Hockey League Players’ Association:
The National Hockey League announced today the cancellation of the 2012-13 regular-season schedule through December 14.
Negotiations aimed at ending the NHL lockout have broken up for the day.
NHL owners and union officials are expected to be negotiating again at league headquarters on Wednesday, the 67th day of the lockout.
Here we go again. As most people have their attention turned to turkey, family, and football, the National Hockey League and NHLPA will gather around the table for another round of CBA talks, with the hope that both sides
Both sides in the ongoing NHL labor fight say negotiations are expected to resume Wednesday following a one-day break in talks.
For the first time in eight days, the NHL and the players' association are heading back to the bargaining table to try again to reach a deal that will end the two-month old lockout.
It has been a few weeks since we had to think about more NHL games getting canceled; that peace of mind was the one benefit of the NHL taking out a bigger chunk of the schedule -- the whole
Union leader Steve Fehr says he believes the NHL's labor deal can be wrapped up quickly once the sides make a breakthrough in negotiations.