NHL gave clubs 2-day window to talk to players

NHL gave clubs 2-day window to talk to players

Merced : CA : USA | Oct 23, 2012 at 1:07 PM PDT
Source: Merced Sun-Star
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The NHL gave its owners and general managers a 48-hour window last week to discuss the league's latest contract offer with locked-out players. The union hierarchy wasn't informed about it at the time, and isn't happy about it, either. Union special counsel Steve Fehr says most owners are not allowed... FULL ARTICLE AT Merced Sun-Star
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