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NHLPA Taking NHL to Court Regarding Pension Plan

From TSN:

The NHL Players’ Association hopes to see a pension dispute with the league solved in court.

The NHLPA announced Thursday that it had filed an application in the Ontario Superior Court of Justice regarding an interpretation of the league’s pension plan.

The issue relates to the calculation of the death benefit for players with NHL service prior to July 1, 1986. The NHLPA believes widows and other beneficiaries of players who passed away before taking their pension were paid less than is required by law.

The NHL disagrees.

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  Tags: nhlpa, pension+plan

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