From Mike Babcock to Pride to Arizona, how new NHLPA head Marty Walsh is taking on the fight for player rights

From Mike Babcock to Pride to Arizona, how new NHLPA head Marty Walsh is taking on the fight for player rights

The NHLPA’s new executive director spoke one-on-one with The Athletic on a number of the NHL’s most pressing issues, as players see them.


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