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Westhead: Govt. to decide on examining OHL's work conditions

Guelph Storm celebrate (Photo: The Canadian Press)

The Ontario government will decide within a few weeks whether to form a task force to examine working conditions for players in the Ontario Hockey League, said the president of Canada's largest private-sector union. Jerry Dias, the president of Unifor, met for an hour on Tuesday afternoon at Queen's Park with the provincial labour and sports ministers. Full Story.(Photo: The Canadian Press)

Battling in front (Photo: The Canadian Press)

Business of Hockey

Canada's largest private-sector union is scheduled to meet on Monday with Ontario's minister of labour to discuss the working conditions faced in the Canadian Hockey League by its 1,700 mostly teenaged players. In his first exclusive report, TSN Senior Correspondent Rick Westhead writes Unifor's president Jerry Dias plans to ask Ontario Labour Minister Kevin Flynn to establish a task force charged with scrutinizing the business of junior hockey. Full Story.

Shanahan and Dubas (Photo: TSN.ca)

Office Space

Brendan Shanahan made his first significant front-office move as Toronto Maple Leafs president on Tuesday by hiring Kyle Dubas as assistant general manager. Dubas served as GM of the OHL's Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds. The Leafs also parted ways with executives Claude Loiselle and Dave Poulin in the front-office shakeup. Full Story.

 

2013-14 CHL Rankings

Final Regular Season

1. Kelowna Rockets (57-11-0-4)

2. Guelph Storm (52-12-2-2)

3. Portland Winterhawks (54-13-2-3)

4. Erie Otters (52-14-2-0)

5. Baie-Comeau Drakkar (47-16-2-3)

6. London Knights (49-14-1-4)

7. Halifax Mooseheads (47-18-0-3)

8. Edmonton Oil Kings (50-19-2-1)

9. Rimouski Oceanic (45-16-3-4)

10. Victoria Royals (48-20-1-3)



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