December 23, 2012 16 Comments
COMMENTARY: The labor dispute between the National Hockey League and the National Hockey League Players Association is nearing its 100th day, and the two sides are not only miles apart in their positions on a new Collective Bargaining Agreement, no negotiating sessions are on the horizon whatsoever. Meanwhile, the two sides are heading for litigation. Here are some thoughts and analysis regarding why we’ve reached this point.
LOS ANGELES — The National Hockey League lockout is now in its 99th day, and still, there is no end in sight.
Meanwhile, the NHLPA has voted overwhelmingly to authorize its leadership to disclaim interest or decertify the union. Read more of this post