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NHL GETS ONE COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENT
Published November 10, 1994
As part of the new collective bargaining agreement, NHL officials and linesmen are in the process of considering a league offer that would see them earn 72.5% of their annual salaries even if they don't officiate a single game this season. The NHL has told officials that they will also receive credit for seniority as if they had actually been working. The NHLOA is expected to ratify the CBA by early next week (Al Strachan, TORONTO SUN, 11/10).