NHLPA And Paul Kelly Reach Agreement

The NHLPA and former executive director Paul Kelly have reached an agreement after the union fired Kelly back in September.

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NHLPA Settles with Kelly

According to TSN.com:

The National Hockey League Players’ Association and recently ousted executive director Paul Kelly have reached a tentative settlement.

According to a report in the New York Post, the union will pay its former executive director $1.5 million, plus $200,000 in attorney’s fees.

Kelly landed an excellent gig as head of College Hockey, Inc. while the NHLPA has since fired the ombudsman, the interim director, and fallen into complete disarray.

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Glenn Healy Resigns from his NHLPA Post

The carnage continues at the NHLPA, as Glenn Healy, Director of Player Affairs for the NHLPA resigned from his post.

Wrote Healy in his resignation letter, as obtained by TSN:

I would never and have not misled or told any untruths to any player. I cannot sit back and continue to perform my duties when my Players' Association co-workers unjustifiably impugn my credibility in front of the players I represent and fire shots against Wayne Gretzky and Mario Lemieux, two of the greatest players in the game, who have benefited every player in this Players' Association."

It's starting to look more and more like a total cleaning of house at the NHLPA, which is probably the only way to go after so much turmoil already.

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