Broad Street Bull Archive: December, 2012

NHL mulling players' new proposal

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The NHL’s players union made a counter-offer to the league during Monday’s meeting in New York City, but there was no end to the... Read more

NHL, union to meet Monday; Bryz leaving Russia

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The NHL and the players’ union will meet in New York City Monday morning, trying to hammer out a collective bargaining agreement and... Read more

NHL tries to salvage part of season

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The NHL has made some concessions in trying to salvage part of the season. According to multiple reports Friday, the league has offered teams... Read more

Players take step to go to court

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As expected, the NHL Players’ Association voted overwhelming in favor of asking its executive board to file a “disclaimer of interest... Read more

NHL cancels more games

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The NHL on Thursday added two more weeks of cancellations, erasing contests through Jan. 14 because the league and the players do not have... Read more

NHL labor war crawling to a finish

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The NHL labor war is crawling toward a conclusion, but no one knows if the ending will put the players back on the ice. Or just ice the season... Read more

NHL lunacy gets worse

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It’s Day 91 of the NHL lockout, and both sides are lawyered to the max. NHLPA: Waaaaaah! We’ll go to court and prove the lockout... Read more

NHL players may go to court

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The NHL Players’ Association, locked in a three-month labor dispute with the owners, may file a disclaimer of interest and dissolve the... Read more

No progress in NHL labor talks (again)

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A representative from the NHL and the players’ union met on Thursday but failed to make any progress during the 89th day of the lockout... Read more

NHL, players still seeking deal

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Last week, NHL commissioner Gary Bettman angrily took all of the league’s offers off the bargaining table. On Wednesday, he put them... Read more