NHL contends union threatening agents
BUFFALO, N.Y. -- The NHL filed two complaints with the National Labor Relations Board on Monday, accusing the league's players' association of threatening to decertify agents that represent replacement players.
The complaints, filed in New York City, came the same day the two sides were scheduled to meet at an undisclosed location in an attempt to spur talks to resolve a lockout that canceled the season.
In a two-page submission, the NHL accused the union of violating
two sections ...
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