After a 36-hour vote that ended Saturday morning, the players’ association announced that its members approved the deal reached with the league last week.
The end of the NHL lockout has been announced, but it may be a couple of days yet before everyone can get back to business.
Flyers All-Star Claude Giroux posted on Twitter that Sunday was a beautiful day for hockey. Other players around the league shared the same sentiment.
After 16 hours of tense talks, the NHL and its players finally achieved their elusive deal early Sunday morning, finding a way to restart a sport desperate to regain momentum and boost its prominence.
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Philadelphia Revenue Commissioner Keith Richardson says there’s an incalculable trickle-down impact of lost wage taxes from game-day employees, parking and concession taxes, and liquor-by-the-drink revenue that would be going to the School District of Philadelphia.
On the 55th day of the NHL lockout, Philadelphia Flyers owner Ed Snider finally had a good reason to hit the rink.
The NHL lockout continues and on Thursday it reached another “milestone” with word that the league was cancelling the first two weeks of the regular season.
Unable to reach agreement on a new labor deal, the National Hockey League locked out its players at 12:01 a.m. Sunday.
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