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SBD/September 18, 2012/Franchises
NHL Lockout, Day 3: Senators Implement Temporary Layoffs, Reduced Work Week
Published September 18, 2012
HERE TO STAY: True North Sports & Entertainment President & CEO Jim Ludlow yesterday said the Jets “will not be laying off any staff while the NHL is in lockout mode.” Ludlow said, "We are not retrenching or retreating or laying off or rolling back any relationships we have with employees. We think it's valuable to continue to invest in our employees and our people and our building and our relationships” (WINNIPEG FREE PRESS, 9/18). Meanwhile, Bruins President Cam Neely in an e-mail said that the team has “no current plans to execute layoffs for any full-time or part-time employees currently earning wages from the hockey club” (CSNNE.com, 9/17).