Healy sends searing letter to board
The fallout over the firing of Paul Kelly as NHLPA executive director continued Thursday with the abrupt resignation of director of player affairs Glenn Healy.
In a scathing letter sent to the NHLPA's 30 player representatives -- the same group that voted 22-5 in the early morning hours Monday to terminate Kelly -- Healy said he could no longer in good conscience remain with the union for which he has worked for 16 years.
Healy, a former NHL goaltender and broadcast ...
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