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July 10, 2006

Sportsnet has learned that the National Labor Relations Board in the United States has issued a charge against the NHLPA for failure to disclose information to a member.

The NLRB concluded that "the unions failure in refusal to provide bargaining unit employees with copies of the complete current collective bargaining agreement with the NHL, including all "side letters" incorporated into that agreement, violated section 8 (b) (1) (A) of the act".

New York lawyer Bob Lanza filed the complaint early November on behalf of former NHL player Trent Klatt and a number of disgruntled NHLPA members.

The charge comes on the eve of Ted Saskin's first summer NHLPA meetings as Executive Director.
 
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