Ian Pulver on the History of NHL's Salary Arbitration and the Chaos That Ensues

Former NHLPA labor lawyer Ian Pulver offers a historical perspective on the league's arbitration dealings.
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Will Sports Group agent Ian Pulver offers a historical perspective on the NHL's salary arbitration dealings, including why it began in the first place, the changes since the early 1990s and the effect on the relationships between players and teams.

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