Pound dismisses NHL's claim of no positive tests
MONTREAL -- The NHL is trying to fool the public with a flawed anti-doping program, the chairman of the World Anti-Doping agency said Tuesday.
Dick Pound said league statements Monday that there were no positive tests among 1,406 administered during the season were meaningless given the loopholes in its anti-doping program.
"All we can do is keep drawing the attention of the public to
its shortcomings and make sure the public understands that it's
being fooled by the NHL when ...
Read full story