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12-15-2012, 01:08 PM
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Originally Posted by Roulin View Post
*from the NHL's lawsuit: "Because the terms of all SPCs (standard player contracts) are prescribed, governed and regulated by the CBA – which together with the SPCs comprehensively establish the terms and conditions of employment of all NHL players – the individual SPCs are the product of the collective bargaining process between the NHL and the NHLPA, and, as a matter of federal labor law, are void upon the effective termination of that process and relationship."
Thanks for the information.

Wow! I thought that contracts which were already signed would remain in place. If this was ruled on in favor of the NHL, the players and the teams would both be starting over from square one. It would be a free for all and a total mess.

I imagine that there are players and owners who are sitting on the edge of their seats right now.

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