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The National Hockey League and the NHL Players’ Assn. on Thursday announced they have formed a partnership with the You Can Play project, which promotes respect for athletes regardless of their sexual orientation. The league and the players’...
NHL general managers met Wednesday in Toronto to discuss a variety of issues, including player safety, but didn’t put forward any rule changes. The NHL Players’ Assn., which was represented there, said it will poll its members this summer...
The countdown to the Sochi Olympics slipped beneath the one-year mark last week with a huge question looming: Will NHL players participate in Russia's first-ever Winter Games? The answer should be clearer after executives of the NHL, NHL Players' Assn....
Federal mediator Scot Beckenbaugh met separately with representatives of the NHL and the players union on Friday in New York, but his efforts toward what the NHL Players' Assn. described as “shuttle mediation” did not immediately lead to a...
A delegation from the NHL Players' Assn. delivered another proposal to the league during a meeting Wednesday at the NHL's Manhattan offices. The session broke up after about an hour to allow NHL executives to analyze the latest move in what has suddenly...
It's why our games have shootouts, extra innings, overtime or penalty kicks. Sports fans like to have a clearly defined winner and loser, and they want to pass judgment quickly. Ties have become unacceptable even if a deadlock accurately reflects the...
NEW YORK—NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman and NHL Players’ Assn. Executive Director Donald Fehr were poised to rejoin labor negotiations Thursday after moving aside to let their respective top lieutenants preside over the talks for two days....
NEW YORK -- The delegations of NHL owners and players who appeared to make some progress toward a new labor agreement during a direct meeting on Tuesday held separate discussions Wednesday morning before owners left to attend a long-scheduled meeting of...
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The NHL Players' Assn. has accepted the league's invitation to hold a meeting between players and owners, but as with most aspects of their labor dispute, this isn't quite what it seems. The session, scheduled to take place Tuesday in New York, won't be...
The NHL and the NHL Players' Assn. have agreed to take their labor dispute to federal mediators in an effort to reach an agreement that would preserve part of the 2012-13 season. George H. Cohen, director of the Federal Mediation and Conciliation...
The NHL and NHL Players’ Assn. have not had recent contact and nothing new is planned, NHL Deputy Commissioner Bill Daly said on Monday. The league on Friday filed a class-action suit in U.S. District Court in New York alleging the union’s...
Members of the NHL Players’ Assn. have voted to authorize their executive board to dissolve the union, which would pave the way for players to file antitrust lawsuits against the NHL. Several people who are knowledgeable about the decision but are...
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