Buyouts are swelling the ranks of a barren 2013 NHL free agent class, as teams have begun trimming their fat to free up salary and roster space and comply withRead More
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Erik Cole is happy to be back playing hockey. He is not, though, happy about the new CBA. In fact, he’s so unhappy with the deal that he’s consideringRead More
by Jas Faulkner, contributing editor While a few of the NHL faithful eschewed sleep in order to get the earliest possible word about the CBA talks, the rest of of NorthRead More
Gary Bettman is set to get away with it again. After 113 days of NHL Lockout, the league and the NHLPA finally reached a tentative deal on a new collectiveRead More
Now that the NHL and the NHLPA finally managed to conclude a deal and agree to a new collective bargaining agreement yesterday morning, NHL training camps are slated to openRead More
Without a CBA since September 15th, the NHL and NHLPA have finally put to rest the lockout, tentatively finalizing a new 10-year collective bargaining agreement.
NHL teams will be allowed two compliance buyouts heading into next season. How do compliance buyouts work and how might they be exploited?
The idea of expanding the current playoff system has surfaced.
According to Sportsnet’s Nick Kypreos and several other sources, it is now being discussed internally by both the NHL and the NHLPA.