NHL Headlines Of The WeekThings are beginning to heat up around the NHL as we approach the quarter-mark of the 2017-2018 NHL season. Here are this week's top NHL headlines.
NHL Headlines Of The WeekThings are just starting to heat up around the NHL as we near the quarter-mark of the 2017-2018 NHL season. Here are this week's top NHL headlines.
Hurley: NHL Players Really Want To Play In 2018 Olympics, But Gary Bettman And Owners Won't CareSuffice it to say, Gary Bettman and the owners have made a decision with which the players vehemently disagree.
Reporter: Colin Campbell Accosted Me For Asking Gary Bettman About Concussion ConcernsNothing paints a better picture of how the NHL really feels about player safety and concussions than Campbell's response to a simple question.
Senator Who Pushed For Anti-Sports Legislation Says NHL 'In Denial' On ConcussionsNHL commissioner Gary Bettman continues to take an embarrassing stance against links between hockey and concussions.
NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman Adamantly Fights Notion That CTE Can Be Linked To ConcussionsIn a current debate over the effect of hits to the head in the sport of hockey, Bettman is digging in his heels.
John Scott Accuses NHL Of Using His Kids To Guilt Him To Bow Out Of All-Star GameEven for the NHL, this might be a new low.
Roger Goodell Can Fix NFL's Discipline System By Following NHL's LeadOn its surface this may be the most absurd statement ever made, but ... the NFL could stand to learn from the NHL.
NHL Announces Bruins Will Host 2016 Winter Classic At Gillette StadiumThe Bruins will play the Montreal Canadiens in an outdoor game at Gillette Stadium on Jan. 1, 2016.
NHL's Worst Nightmare Realized: Star Player John Tavares Hurt During Winter OlympicsGary Bettman has been noncommittal for his players participating in the 2018 games in South Korea, but risk for injury and the stoppage of NHL games during the Olympic break could be enough reason for him to shut the practice down entirely.
Gresh & Zo: Stadium Series Diluting Uniqueness Of NHL's Outdoor GamesThe NHL has a good thing going with the Winter Classic, why do they have to ruin it?
Will Independent Arbitration Work For Shawn Thornton?Although he hasn't heard one way or the other, Haggs believes Thornton's suspension is heading towards independent arbitration, so the two questions that remain are: What happens next? And will it work?

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