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by Paul on 03/21/08 at 11:05 AM ET
from ESPN with information from the AP,
The National Hockey League Players’ Association has reached a financial settlement with former executive director Ted Saskin, The Globe and Mail of Toronto reported.
Saskin, who was fired last May after allegedly accessing players’ e-mail accounts, will be paid about $400,000 in a settlement reached with the NHLPA executive board, the newspaper reported, citing unnamed sources.
Current NHLPA executive Paul Kelly said a settlement had been “consummated” but did not comment on the amount, according to report.
added 9:29am, Allan Maki of the Globe and Mail has more on this…
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