Matt Duchene remembers feeling like he was in way over his head.
The NHLPA has announced that the Executive Board has declined to reopen the Collective Bargaining Agreement with the National Hockey League following the 2019-20 season.
The National Hockey League Players’ Association (NHLPA) released the following statement today regarding the NHL’s decision not to reopen the Collective Bargaining Agreement.
The NHL informed the NHL Players' Association on Friday it will not use its option to terminate the existing labour deal next year.
The NHLPA has formally rejected the league's proposal to allow players to participate in the 2018 Olympics in exchange for an extension to the current collective bargaining agreement.
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.
…MOU must still be completed by NHL and NHLPA
Some fast facts with information related to the Players’ ratification vote process.
The players took to Twitter early Sunday morning to express their excitement over the good news.
Following a marathon session of bargaining that began on Saturday morning and lasted into the early hours of Sunday, the NHLPA and the NHL announced that they had reached a tentative agreement in principle on the framework of a new Collective Bargaining Agreement.
Federal mediator Scot L. Beckenbaugh brings sides together on Saturday
Federal mediator Scot L. Beckenbaugh spends day shuttling between two sides with further mediation sessions to continue Saturday morning
The two sides meeting seperately with federal mediators Friday morning, but no formal, large group negotiations planned as of yet
Following a late-night bargaining session on Wednesday, the two sides continue meeting Thursday in New York City
The NHLPA offers another counterproposal on Wednesday afternoon
Both sides are schedule to meet on Monday at the league's New York office to resume collective bargaining.
The NHLPA released a statement on Friday evening regarding the NHL's Complaint and Unfair Labor Practice charge
With the owners’ lockout now in its 88th day, the NHLPA and NHL are scheduled to reconvene collective bargaining talks today at an undisclosed location.
NHLPA Executive Director Don Fehr accepted an invitation to attend the Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) Council on Saturday, December 8th in Toronto, and delivered a speech that gave the more than 800 delegates in the room a rare look into the ongoing negotiations between the NHLPA and NHL.
BJ Crombeen joins The Jeff Blair Show to discuss player solidarity and the recent CBA meetings.