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Flames part-time staff won’t be paid for canceled shifts due to COVID-19 – Yahoo Sports

announced plans to financially support workers throughout these uncertain times, some doing so by pledging to pay out all previously scheduled shifts, others creating COVID-19 related funds, and individual players such as Florida’s Sergei Bobrovsky have stepped up to donate sums of $100,000.’ data-reactid=”24″>Over a dozen NHL teams have announced plans to financially support workers throughout these uncertain times, some doing so by pledging to pay out all previously scheduled shifts, others creating COVID-19 related funds, and individual players such as Florida’s Sergei Bobrovsky have stepped up to donate sums of $100,000.

Two NHL clubs have not followed suit thus far: the Winnipeg Jets and most recently, the Calgary Flames, both sharing that they will not be compensating part-time staff for events and games that have been cancelled.

paid their final three cheques of the 2019-20 season, despite the league shutting down the current campaign indefinitely. This wasn’t a guaranteed situation as the leagues’ CBA grants owners the power to negotiate different salary figures for players in the event that the league suspends operations because of a “state of war or other cause beyond the control of the league or of the club.”’ data-reactid=”34″>It was announced Friday that the talent on the ice will be paid their final three cheques of the 2019-20 season, despite the league shutting down the current campaign indefinitely. This wasn’t a guaranteed situation as the leagues’ CBA grants owners the power to negotiate different salary figures for players in the event that the league suspends operations because of a “state of war or other cause beyond the control of the league or of the club.”

Related: Which NHL clubs will pay their part-time workers during shutdown‘ data-reactid=”36″>Related: Which NHL clubs will pay their part-time workers during shutdown

also pledged $100,000 to arena workers through his foundation.’ data-reactid=”38″>Cleveland Cavaliers forward Kevin Love also pledged $100,000 to arena workers through his foundation.

New Orleans Pelicans rookie star Zion Williamson also committed to paying the salaries of the team’s arena staff workers for the next 30 days.

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