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NLRB: Case has prominence, could set precedent

Updated: June 30, 2005, 8:55 PM ET
Associated Press

BUFFALO, N.Y. -- The NHL's complaints to the National Labor Relations Board, accusing the players' association of threatening to decertify agents for representing replacement players, have been forwarded to the board's legal counsel.

That decision was made this week because the case has national prominence and could set a precedent in labor matters outside of hockey, Elbert Tellem said Thursday. Tellem is the assistant to the director of the board's New York City regional office, ...

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