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from The Maven,

• The NHL Players’ Association Civil War within itself is no closer to solution then it was when Ted Saskin came under fire. One insider tells us that the there’s “chaos in terms of their direction.” The Union hasn’t reached first base in it’s quest to find a replacement for Saskin – assuming that he does go – than two months ago when the NHLPA mud hit the fan.
• No matter how the NHL, Colin Campbell nor Steve Walkom want to shake it, the officiating system is not working the way it should, particularly in the playoffs. One of the major problems is that legitimate hitting too often is penalized.

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