The NHL has announced that it is putting the final touches on a new CBA that will go into effect in 2018.
It’s a deal that could put an end to a tumultuous era in the league’s history.
The league has been looking for a new collective bargaining agreement for years, and has finally hit on one.
The deal, if ratified, would provide a much-needed boost to the league, but it’s not a done deal.
The deal would also provide the league with an added layer of control over its players, giving it more bargaining power.
As part of the new agreement, the league would also offer a tax holiday to owners.
That could allow the league to make some big changes to its salary cap.
However, the timing of those changes is still being worked out.
It would also make the NHL a more profitable enterprise, giving the league more room to grow its revenue and expand its operations.
It would also allow the NHL to retain players and teams, while at the same time giving them more flexibility.
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It’s unclear if the NHL will go all in on this deal, or whether the league will let the players and players’ union get a piece of the action.
The union and the players’ association have been at odds for some time, and the league has made clear it will not compromise on players’ rights.
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