The NHLPA has called for the league to disclose salary-ceiling information for all its teams to allow players and their agents to make informed decisions on their futures.
The NHLPA released a letter on Tuesday demanding that the league release its cap information for the 2016-17 season.
It also requested the league make salary-roll paperwork available to players and agents for “analyzing their salary-Cap situations and potential outcomes.”
“As the NHL continues to operate under the most competitive salary-budget environment in sports history, it is imperative that the salary-floor information be made available to all teams to make their decisions in good faith,” the letter reads.
“Players, coaches, agents and their representatives have the right to know the information they need to understand their contracts, and it should not be delayed in providing that information.”
The NHL has said it has no plans to reveal any salary-room information for now.
The NHL has previously said it is committed to making its salary-flow information public as soon as possible.
The league’s salary-sheet information is currently being reviewed and will be released by the league’s compliance and compliance-review division on Thursday.