NHL backs off rules dispute, focus on CBA
RALEIGH, N.C. -- Radical rule changes designed to improve the flow of National Hockey League games are, like the game itself, now marked by uncertainty.
League general managers were scheduled to vote on several proposed rules changes on Friday, but grievances filed by the NHL Players' Association have put the process on indefinite hold, NHL executive vice president of hockey operations Colin Campbell said.
"I was hoping a lot of these things would have been separate from the economic ...
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