Sources: NHLPA Scheduled to Return to Court Over Lawsuit on May 17
The NHLPA is scheduled to return to court on May 17 as case management begins at the Ontario Supreme Court of Justice in relation to a lawsuit filed by former union employee Allan Etherington, sources tell The Hockey News.
Screen Shots: The Futures of Price, Fehr and Detroit Red Wings
Lots of changes around the NHL over the past few days, and Adam Proteau takes a look at Carey Price, Donald Fehr and what's next for the Detroit Red Wings.
What to Know About the NHLPA's Investigation Into the Kyle Beach Case
The NHLPA and Donald Fehr have been cleared of any wrongdoing in their handling of the Kyle Beach sexual assault case by an independent investigation.
NHL to Stop Testing Asymptomatic Players for COVID-19
The NHL and NHLPA have reportedly agreed to change the league's COVID-19 policy and no longer test players who are asymptomatic.
The Hockey News Podcast: Who Replaces Jack Eichel on the Trade Block?
Which player(s) will generate the most rumor-mill buzz going forward? Were the Blackhawks right to fire Jeremy Colliton? And more.
McDavid, Matthews Highlight Annual NHLPA Player Poll
Close to 500 NHLers were polled on topics ranging from who is the best goalie in the league, to which franchise has the best reverse retro jersey.
J.T. Miller Shows Courage On and Off the Ice for the Canucks
Miller's bold decision to publicly question the NHL and NHLPA about Vancouver's return-to-play conditions forced the league to reset and further consider the welfare of the players.
What do all the NHL's New COVID-19 Protocols Mean?
Having trouble sifting through all the terminology in the NHL and NHLPA's new enhanced pandemic protocol? Here's a layperson's definition for each addition.
NHL, NHLPA Declare a Truce, but the Battle May be Far From Over
The two sides have agreed to not renegotiate the CBA, but there's still an enormous elephant in the room - prorated salaries - that will have to be resolved if the NHL and its union want labor peace.
Bettman Says NHL 'Not Renegotiating,' But if it Looks Like a Duck...
With the NHL and its players' association on either side of the divide when it comes to returning to play, things will come down to the two L's - leverage and language.
The Hockey News Podcast: When is the NHL Going to Return?
Are we going to get an NHL season? Will the NWHL bubble be a success? What about the kids? All that and more on this week's edition of The Hockey News Podcast.
Does the NHL Have a Leg to Stand On When it Comes to its Demands?
Even though the league's bargaining gambit is "exceptional and unusual," this has more to do with financial realities than it does collective bargaining or labor law.
NHL and Players Squabbling Over Money is a Really Bad Look
We're in the middle of a devastating pandemic and the NHL and its players are having a very public battle over dollars. Both sides believe they're right, but both come off looking terrible.
How the NHL Has Conquered COVID (At Least to This Point)
The league vowed it would make the safety of its players its top priority and some people scoffed. But not only has the NHL successfully pulled off the Stanley Cup tournament, it's keeping everyone safe.
Puck Culture: Five Todd McFarlane-hockey crossovers
Comic book creator and artist Todd McFarlane is a legend in his industry, having worked for many years on The Amazing Spider-Man and Spawn. But he’s also a huge hockey fan and has been involved with the sport in one way or another over the past 30 years.
NHLPA Player Poll: McDavid, Crosby and Marchand highlight annual voting
Which team has the best jersey? Who's the worst trash-talker in the NHL? The NHLPA membership weighs in on this and more in the 2019-20 player poll.
Bettman says NHL will have zero tolerance for 'abusive behavior,' addresses how league will react moving forward
“This is an opportunity, and a moment, for positive change and this evolution should be expedited – for the benefit of everyone associated with the game we love," Bettman said in a statement.