NHL Players Association

League outlines planned organizational steps to combat systemic racism

Players remain strongly united in push for meaningful societal change

New level of collaboration marks sizable shift from sport's troubled labor history

Pending deal set to add four years to collective bargaining agreement

League, union move key step closer to restart

Las Vegas, Canadian markets seen as favorites for restart

League, union set to date to aid with player re-entry to North America

League, union working on enlarged format to accommodate more teams

League not fixed on traditional October start for 2020-21 season

North Dakota venue among those being considered

The National Hockey League and the NHL Players' Association are actively looking to revive the World Cup of Hockey, NHL deputy commissioner Bill Daly has announced

League, union decisions to stay in current labor deal is marked shift in tenor from the last quarter century of hockey labor relations

The North American NHL ice hockey league is likely to make a decision on whether its players can participate at the Pyeongchang 2018 winter Olympic Games in March, according to International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) president René Fasel.

Rene Fasel, president of the International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF), has said that he expects North America’s National Hockey League (NHL) to make a decision as to whether to allow its players to compete at the 2018 winter Olympic Games by the end of the month.

National Hockey League (NHL) commissioner Gary Bettman has said the impact of the return of its World Cup of Hockey property will not determine whether the North American league continues its participation in the winter Olympic Games.

North America’s NHL ice hockey league has announced that it is to replace its traditional All-Star Game with a new three-on-three competition.

North American ice hockey league the NHL is set to trial player-tracking technology during this month’s All-Star Game, according to Sportsnet.ca.