When did the NHL and NHLPA agree on the CBA?

The NHL and the NHLPA reached an agreement last week that includes a new collective bargaining agreement, and it is expected to go into effect Wednesday.

The agreement will create a six-year contract that will give the players and the league an incentive to work more closely together.

The players have a right to collective bargaining, and players can opt out of the deal if they choose to do so.

The players have already said they expect the agreement to create a strong foundation for future players.

“I think this agreement will help to build the player pool for the next 50 years, but also for a long time down the road, and I think it will help players who have a lot of aspirations and aspirations for the game and who are looking for that experience,” said NHL deputy commissioner Bill Daly.

“I think it’s going to help a lot.”

The deal will also give the NHL more clout with the NHL Players’ Association, and the players will have more say over personnel decisions.

“There are going to be a lot more decisions made with the players, but we are going take the time and look at everything,” Daly said.

The CBA is a long-standing agreement, which is expected for a while to be the most significant of the current deal, and has been in place since 1997.

In addition to the new contract, the players have agreed to extend their current contract through 2023.

This will bring the current deals through 2024, and is expected be done before the 2019-20 season.

It’s not clear how long the agreement will last, and there’s no indication if it will be a permanent extension.

There’s a chance it could be extended beyond the 2021-22 season.