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November 30, 2012
Mediation fails in NHL labor fight
Though the chances were minute, federal non-binding arbitration had to be attempted. Now that it has been eliminated, the NHL and its Players Association can get back to mutual assured destruction. As in the previous two, NHL Lockout III negotiations went nowhere with federal mediation. The league and the Players...
Mediation fails in NHL labor fight
Though the chances were minute, federal non-binding arbitration had to be attempted. Now that it has been eliminated, the NHL and its Players Association can get back to mutual assured destruction. As in the previous two, NHL Lockout III negotiations went nowhere with federal mediation. The league and the Players...
November 29, 2012
NHL franchise prices continue to rise
The Forbes estimates of NHL franchise values supports the game’s need for increased revenue sharing, a lynchpin of the Players’ Association’s vision for hockey’s future. But it also vividly demonstrates why the owners have put such faith in Gary Bettman, now in his third destructive lockout. When...
November 24, 2012
NHL loses 2 more weeks, Star Game
Though merely a formality, yesterday’s proclamation by NHL Canceler-in-Chief Gary Bettman wiping another two-week round of games off the schedule ensures that tonight’s “Operation Hat Trick” benefit in Atlantic City will be the only time until at least Dec. 15 that fans in the area will have the...
November 23, 2012
Bettman’s message delivers player unity
To hear it from his sympathizers, Gary Bettman is not to blame for the third lockout of his regime. The NHL commissioner, we’re supposed to believe, is nothing more than an extraordinarily well-paid messenger for the owners. If the Board of Governors’ intent is to reach a negotiated settlement...
November 22, 2012
NHL rejects new giveback
Who says the NHL isn’t playing games?Nothing on ice — no, but plenty in the board room. Gary Bettman is dealing up Gimme, Gimme, and the players are hitting on 19.Bettman looked yesterday as if, rightly or not, he smelled blood. As the two sides in the NHL...
November 17, 2012
Devils make rink available to local school
The Devils might not have their own season, but they are doing their part to save someone else’s. Devils owner Jeff Vanderbeek is lending Prudential Center to the hockey team from East Side High School in Newark, according to NJ.com. The rink the school uses at the Ironbound...
November 16, 2012
Locked-out Rangers, Flyers to play game for charity
Rangers and Flyers will join forces when locked-out NHL players skate for the benefit of victims of Hurricane Sandy in a charity exhibition game presented by Caesars Atlantic City at Boardwalk Hall next Saturday night, Nov. 24, at 7:00. All proceeds from the event, which is known as “Operation...
Locked-out Rangers, Flyers to play game for charity
Rangers and Flyers will join forces when locked-out NHL players skate for the benefit of victims of Hurricane Sandy in a charity exhibition game presented by Caesars Atlantic City at Boardwalk Hall next Saturday night, Nov. 24, at 7:00. All proceeds from the event, which is known as “Operation...
November 10, 2012
NHL talks ‘ice’ & slow
Such panic, so soon. The earliest an NHL lockouts was settled was two months from tomorrow, Jan. 11, 1995, and still there was a 48-game season. The other lockout prompted the Feb. 16, 2005 cancellation of that 2004-05 season, which was revived momentarily until finally buried Feb. 19. It was...
November 9, 2012
NHL talk$ continue to look for neutral ice
It is unclear whether the slightest progress was made yesterday toward ending the lockout, but the NHL and NHLPA will go back at it today following a five-hour session during which there was substantive exchange between the parties regarding revenue-share and make-whole. Every single NHL proposal for a new Collective...
NHL talk$ continue to look for neutral ice
The NHL and NHLPA will meet again today in an effort to end the 54-day owners’ lockout following yesterday’s five-hour session during which there was a substantive exchange between the parties regarding revenue-share and make-whole.Every single NHL proposal for a new Collective Bargaining Agreement has called for an...
NHL talk$ continue to look for neutral ice
It is unclear whether the slightest progress was made yesterday toward ending the lockout, but the NHL and NHLPA will go back at it today following a five-hour session during which there was substantive exchange between the parties regarding revenue-share and make-whole. Every single NHL proposal for a new Collective...
NHL talk$ continue to look for neutral ice
The NHL and NHLPA will meet again today in an effort to end the 54-day owners’ lockout following yesterday’s five-hour session during which there was a substantive exchange between the parties regarding revenue-share and make-whole.Every single NHL proposal for a new Collective Bargaining Agreement has called for an...
November 7, 2012
Optimism emerges from NHL meeting
Not only did nobody walk out after 10 minutes this time, yesterday’s negotiating session between the NHL and NHLPA — beginning in mid-afternoon and going deep into the night — produced enough progress that the two sides will meet again today in attempt to end the 53-day lockout. There is, perhaps...
November 6, 2012
NHL season on thin ice at meeting today
If the NHL comes to the table today representing its plan to assume some portion of the “make-whole” on players’ existing contracts as a concession rather than an obligation, then the owners’ lockout is doomed to continue and as likely as not to doom the 2012-13 season in its entirety...
November 4, 2012
NHL’s tactics publicity ploy
Up Until now, at least, every single NHL proposal throughout Sixth Avenue’s collective bargaining disaster initially has been portrayed as more conciliatory and less onerous than a more comprehensive analysis would soon reveal. Which is to say the tidbit the league dropped Friday night — a few hours after cancellation...

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