sportsbook | online sportsbooks | online gamble | best online casino


Sports Betting Lines

Online Blackjack


Join  Betting Express
Forget login details?

Secure Offshore Sports Betting


Football Sports Betting Lines Football Lines
Basketball Sports Betting Lines Basketball Lines
MLB Baseball Betting Lines Baseball Lines
NHL Hockey Sports Lines Hockey Lines
Soccer Sports Betting Odds Soccer Lines
Tennis Sports Betting Lines Tennis Lines
Auto Racing Sports Betting Auto Racing Lines
Golf Sports Betting Golf Lines
Horse Racing Betting Lines Horse Racing Lines
Boxing - Sports Betting Lines Boxing Lines
Cross Sport Parlay Odds Cross Sport Parlay
Mixed Prop Parlay Odds Mixed Prop Parlay
Future Sports Lines Futures Lines
Betting Lines

College and NFL Football Sports News Football
College and NBA Basketball Betting News Basketball
College and MLB Baseball Betting News Baseball
Pro NHL Hockey Betting News Hockey
Pro Boxing Betting News Boxing
NASCAR, INDY, Formula 1 Betting News Auto Racing
PGA Betting News Golf
Harness and Thoroughbred Horse Racing News Horse Racing
English Premier, MLS, Intenational Soccer News Soccer Group 1
Intenational Soccer News Soccer Group 2
Intenational Soccer News Soccer Group 3
Pro Tennis Betting News Tennis
This Day in Sports This Day in Sports
Olympics Betting News Olympics
College Coaching Moves College Coaching
Betting football, bet on baseball, basketball wagering, hockey sportsbook

NHL Hockey Sports Betting News

Reports: NHLPA gives go-ahead to decertify

BettingExpress - Online Sportsbook, Casino & Racebook   All RSS Feeds

Toronto, ON (Betting Express) - Various sources have reported that members of the National Hockey League Players Association have voted overwhelmingly to give the union the power to file a disclaimer of interest, the first step towards possible anti-trust action towards the league by the players. stated on Friday that several players had confirmed that the vote had passed, and the NHLPA's board of executives would have until Jan. 2 to file a disclaimer of interest if it chooses to do so.

If the union elects to employ that strategy, it would be terminating its right to represent its members and enable the players to file lawsuits against the NHL seeking anti-trust damages.

It's also possible that the threat of decertification could serve as an impetus towards ending the now three-month-old lockout. NBA players filed a disclaimer of interest during last year's labor standoff, and the league and the union ended up reaching a resolution on a new collective bargaining agreement just 12 days later.

The news comes only one day after the NHL announced it was canceling games through Jan. 14, bringing the total number of contests lost to the lockout to 625 -- which accounts for more than half of the projected schedule. The league also previously scrapped both the Jan. 1 Winter Classic as well as All- Star Classic.

December 21, 2012, at 07:30 PM ET
<-- NHL cancels schedule through mid-January
Report: NHL makes new offer to players -->

Archives: | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 |
NHL lockout: No progress made Wednesday toward deal
NHL lockout: No progress after second day with mediator
NHL lockout moving to courts

  Support Email :