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 TORONTO (AP) -The NHL's Players' Association accepted senior director Ken Kim's resignation Friday.
Kim and former executive director Ted Saskin were put on paid leaves in March following allegations they read players' e-mails.
The NHLPA executive board, which voted unanimously to fire Saskin on May 10, made the announcement in a brief release Friday night, saying no further comment was forthcoming because ``this is an internal matter.''
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