When the NHL goes on strike, NHLPA calls for action
It’s a new day in NHL hockey, and the NHL is in full swing.
The league is going to go on strike tomorrow, the players’ union says, and they are calling for a strike in response.
The strike, which is not yet official, is likely to affect some of the league’s biggest stars.
The NHL has already announced it is planning to call a two-day strike, and that it is expected to reach agreement by Monday.
But that could change, as the NHLPA has announced it will also call a strike.
The NHLPA said the strike is being coordinated with the players union.
If a strike is called, it could cause an increase in ticket prices in some markets.
There’s a possibility that some players may cancel their contracts in order to avoid the strike.
If the NHL strikes, it will be the first time the league has gone on strike since the NHL expanded in 1987.
The players’ lockout has lasted more than a year.
In addition to the strike, the NHL has announced that it will close the Stanley Cup playoffs on Sunday, which will mean that the Eastern Conference final will be played at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia.
There are no NHL players involved in the final, but the final will air live on NBCSN and the conference finals on ESPN.
The two games are scheduled to be played on Sunday afternoon, at 7 p.m.
The games are set to be televised on the NBC Sports Network, but will air on NBC instead of ESPN.
The league is also set to close the regular season, and it will not have a day off for the playoffs.
It’s expected that the NHL will not play in the Eastern and Western Conferences next season.