When Roman Hamrlik said he was “disgusted” with the lack of progress in the NHL’s labor negotiations, and that the players’ union should replace Don Fehr if he cannot broker a deal to end the lock
A little more than a month ago, when the NHL lockout was in its first week, Matt Hendricks walked into Gold’s Gym in Arlington and asked the operations manager if a handful of Capitals could use t
Today is Thanksgiving in Canada and perhaps the only thing hockey fans in the Great White North can be thankful for is the fact that negotiations for a new labor agreement between NHL owners and pl
Back in 2004, NHL players swore theyd never agree to play in a league with a salary cap. A years worth of wages later, they reluctantly agreed to a salary cap.