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NHLPA Says League Has Not Discussed Possible Neutral Site Spots Yet

Photo: NHL.com NHLPA executive director Donald Fehr said that he has not had any discussions with the NHL about possible neutral-site spots to resume the 2019-20 season this summer after it was paused on March 12 due to the coronavirus … Continue reading

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NHL Asks Teams For Arena Availability Dates In August

Photo: Patrick McDermott/Getty Images The NHL GMs did not discuss resuming the 2019-20 season on their call with the league on Tuesday, according to TSN, but the league requested some home dates in August from every team.

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NHLPA Defers Decision Regarding Response to Escrow Losses

An article by Larry Brooks in Saturday’s New York Post is reporting that the NHLPA held a membership-wide conference call on Friday in which the players essentially decided to defer a decision on how to handle upcoming crushing escrow losses until … Continue reading

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NHL Players To Propose To Play Rest Of Regular Season, Start 2020 Stanley Cup Playoffs In August Or September

Photo: Joe Sargent/Getty Images According to TSN’s Frank Seravalli, some of the NHL’s brightest stars are brainstorming a possible scenario that sees the 2020 Stanley Cup Playoffs begin in August or September. One NHL governor told Seravalli that he has … Continue reading

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NHLPA Expects Teams Could Re-Open Training Facilities For Workouts As Soon As Next Week

NHLPA chief Don Fehr told the AP that he expects that the teams will be cleared to open their training facilities to allow player workouts as soon as next week but there is no definitive timeline.

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Brenden Dillon: “ What’s really struck me early on is just how good of a group it is”

It’s been a busy month for the Capitals newest defenseman. Moving from one team to the next, from coast to coast, hasn’t left a lot of free time for the British Columbia native. But things are finally starting to settle … Continue reading

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CBA Talks Continue: Will the NHL Change Its Mind on Olympic Participation?

Will the NHL find a way to fit the next Olympics into the schedule? Continue reading

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John Carlson Named Second Star of the Week

Defenseman John Carlson has been named the NHL’s Second Star of the Week for the week ending Oct. 20, the NHL announced today.

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CBA Update: The NHLPA Decides to Not Reopen the CBA

The current CBA is set to expire on September 15, 2022. Continue reading

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CBA Talks: Where Do Things Currently Stand Between the NHL and NHLPA In Regards to the Next CBA?

Over the last couple of weeks, the collective bargaining agreement talks have heated up between the league owners and Players’ Association.  The current CBA was signed back in January 2013 and is set to expire on September 15, 2022.

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