League dislikes NHLPA's replacement player stance
TORONTO -- The conflict between the NHL and the players' association has reached a new level.
The league filed an unfair labor practice complaint against the union with the National Labor Relations Board earlier this week regarding the subject of replacement players.
Should no new collective bargaining agreement be reached between the sides, the NHL could choose to begin the 2005-06 season with replacement players. But according to reports, the union told its members any player electing ...
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