News broke today that the National Hockey League rejected Steve Moore’s $220,000 disability claim because he wouldn’t drop his lawsuit against Todd Bertuzzi and the Vancouver Canucks.
When Bob Hartley finally hauls out his chequebook and scribbles down $25,000 (he has 10 days to pay his fine before even more discipline kicks in), it’ll probably sting a little. Even for NHL coaches making handsome salaries, that’s gotta suck.
You know that thing where an NHL team will give one of its legacy players like a painting or something when said player plays a legacy-ish number of games? There are actually a few rules around that.
Vaive files voluntary dismissal without prejudice.
Sometimes you’ll see references to the NHL Constitution in hockey coverage, mostly when commissioner Gary Bettman is meting out NHL justice.
Earlier this month, a sharp-eyed video game player found what he believed to be a leaked design for a Calgary Flames third jersey.
It would be tempting for National Hockey League teams to make life as miserable as possible for visiting opponents by offering shoddy locker room conditions and fitness facilities that offer little more than a couple Shake Weights and an Abdoer.
In honour of the Nazem Kadri contract situation, here’s the cost associated with acquiring a player via offer sheet.
Here’s a little cheat sheet if you ever need to know what the minimum compensation in the NHL is through the 2022 season.
This is from the league’s recently-released collective bargaining agreement. I just thought it was funny NHL players are prohibited from endorsing fancy alcohol, but beer’s cool.