Tag Archives: NHL Collective Bargaining Agreement
Salary Cap for 2020-2021 NHL Season To Remain At $81.5 Million
Details from the new collective bargaining agreement (CBA) and ‘Return to Play’ (RTP) agreement, which will be voted on and implemented as a single package, are beginning to finally surface. One of the items within the tentative agreement is the … Continue reading
CBA Negotiations in Full Swing; Lars Eller Member of NHLPA Negotiations Committee
The NHL and NHLPA are busy hammering out the complicated layers to the Phase 3 and Phase 4 Return to Play agreement, all while at the same time negotiating a CBA extension.
Pierre McGuire:“The cap could drop anywhere from 25 to 40%. That’s significant.”
NHL analyst Pierre McGuire was on 93-7 the Fan in Pittsburgh Monday afternoon to discuss the latest from the NHL. The segment included discussion of the affect of the current pause in play on next season’s salary cap. McGuire dropped a … Continue reading
Report: Should NHL and NHLPA Consider Entering Into New CBA Now?
Sportsnet’s Elliotte Friedman joined the “Tim and Sid show” on Sportsnet 590 Tuesday afternoon to discuss the current state of the NHL. Topics included the current salary cap issues for next season, including the players likely loss of significant money … Continue reading
The Approaching NHL Data Divide: Next-Gen NHL Data Will Likely Be A Case Of the “Haves” and “Have Nots”
Graphic: Nastel It’s no secret that the NHL is in the process of making a generational leap in data sourcing, aggregation and analysis that will redefine the way the game is analyzed. Hockey “big data” is essentially making the leap … Continue reading