The NHL is launching a new website and mobile app to help track the status of its freight tracking partners and offer pricing, including track and track tracking.
The league announced Thursday it will debut a new portal for its freight companies and its partners to share their progress with the league, along with information on how to file complaints with the CBA.
The portal, which will be launched in the next few weeks, will offer details on how teams can get involved in the program, including who should be responsible for each team’s tracking and the costs of the tracking service, as well as how to contact a specific team.
The CBA does not allow teams to directly file complaints about the tracking program with the NHL, but players and officials who do are able to file a complaint through a grievance process.
In the past, the NHL and its owners have said that the CTA program is a partnership between the league and its teams.
But that’s not what the CAA said in its grievance process, which was posted in January.
In response, the league has issued a statement saying it will “be working closely with the union to ensure the CCAF can continue to operate efficiently.”
The CBA’s grievance process was set up in 2015 and is overseen by the NHLPA.
The NHLPA has said the CSA program is run by an independent entity, and that its members have no control over the program.
In January, the union said the NHL is seeking to “redefine” the CPA program, which it said could “create a two-tier CBA, which would create a system of unfair labor practices and a system that has no meaningful enforcement mechanisms.