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Led by Chelios, players ask court to remove Saskin

Updated: October 3, 2006, 5:33 PM ET
ESPN.com news services

CHICAGO -- Detroit Red Wings star Chris Chelios and other members of the NHL Players' Association asked a federal court Monday to help them oust the union's executive director and award them millions of dollars in damages.

The lawsuit filed in Chicago said executive director Ted Saskin and others "flouted the constitution and governing law to maintain their control" over the union.

Besides seeking a court order allowing them to remove Saskin, the unhappy members asked for unspecified ...

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