(#380) What does the NLRB ruling for Dartmouth men's basketball mean for college hockey?
Last week, the National Labor Relations Board's regional office in Boston ruled that Dartmouth men's basketball players were university employees and, therefore, eligible to unionize.
It's a case that could have obvious repercussions throughout college sports, including college hockey.
In this issue, I explain exactly what's happening and what parts of this ruling could specifically affect college hockey.
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