NHL fines Flyers for travel over holiday break

The NHL announced that the Philadelphia Flyers have been fined for violating the Collective Bargaining Agreement by travelling on Boxing Day.

Violated Collective Bargaining Agreement

The NHL did not specify the amount the Philadelphia Flyers were fined. (Christian Petersen/Getty Images)

The NHL has fined the Philadelphia Flyers for violating the collective bargaining agreement by travelling during a holiday break.

The league did not disclose the amount of the fine Sunday.

Players are barred from traveling or practicing from Dec. 24-26 under the collective bargaining agreement.

Sportsnet reported Saturday that online flight records showed the Flyers took a flight from Philadelphia to Nashville the night of Dec. 26.


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