NHL players are officially on board with the league’s plan for realignment. “After discussions with the Executive Board, the NHLPA has given consent to realignment, to be re-evaluated following the 2014-15 season,” said the union’s executive director, Don Fehr,
Count Ilya Kovalchuk among the NHLPA members not thrilled with the NHL’s latest realignment proposal. “For us I don’t think it makes any sense to change it,” Kovalchuk told the New Jersey Star-Ledger. “We have a great division with
The National Hockey League and the National Hockey League Players’ Association today signed a Memorandum of Understanding reflecting the terms of a new, 10-year Collective Bargaining Agreement.
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
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.