Like all other major professional sports, the National Hockey League (NHL) has its own players union called the National Hockey League Players Association (NHLPA). The NHLPA originated in 1967 when player representatives of the original 6 NHL clubs decided to organize a union for its players.
Responsibilities of the NHLPA include:
In addition, the NHL also provides services to its players such as:
A sports lawyer or agent familiar with National Hockey League can give you detailed information on the NHLPA. If you have a dispute with the NHL or NHLPA, consult a sports lawyer.
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