Jenkins was examined by Dr. Andrews earlier this month and did not get clearance. But at this point, it seems the consideration of the PUP list (which would mean a six-week sitting-out stint) is lessened.
The current collective bargaining agreement runs out on Sept. 15 and the NHL has said it will lock the players out if a new deal isn’t reached.
The clock is ticking. The current agreement is set to expire Sept. 15, when the NHL says it will lock out the players if a new deal hasn’t been reached.
Only 25 days remain before the current deal expires on Sept. 15, when the NHL has warned it will lock out its players.
NHLPA head Donald Fehr says the players are unified as they face the threat of a lockout from owners if a new collective bargaining agreement can’t be reached.
Both sides are unable to even agree on the core issues that need to be addressed, a sense of uneasiness has suddenly enveloped the talks.
The National Hockey League Players’ Association has made its first proposal in the latest round of collective bargaining talks with the NHL.
NHLPA executive director Don Fehr has maintained the two sides can continue discussions beyond Sept. 15, and there is no need for the league to lock out its players.
The NHL Players union is still poring over 76,000 pages of financial information the NHL provided last week.
The NHL Players Association made a number of presentations to owners on Thursday, as talks between the union and the NHL concluded for the week.
The owner who epitomized the big spending philosophy under previous NBA rules has flipped 180 degrees to a sky-is-falling strategy. And you know what? It’s working.
The groups are set for another round of negotiations this week with the hope of establishing a new collective bargaining agreement before the current one expires on Sept. 15.