NHL News: NHLPA fallout continues, Glenn Healy resigns
The Toronto Globe and Mail is reporting that NHLPA Director of Player Affairs and former New York Ranger Glenn Healy has resigned.
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Healy's resignation came roughly three days after Kelly was fired as the association's executive director early Monday morning following a meeting of the NHLPA executive board in a Chicago hotel. Pat Flatley, the association's assistant director of player affairs, resigned his position shortly after Kelly was informed that he was being fired.