TORONTO - Another member of the NHL Players' Association front office has resigned in the wake of executive director Paul Kelly's dismissal.
A source tells The Canadian Press that Glenn Healy has stepped down as director of player affairs.
The move comes after Kelly was fired Monday by the NHLPA's executive board.
Director of player affairs and Kelly supporter Pat Flatley also resigned this week along with Bob Lundquist, a union accounting consultant.
The association gave no specific reason for firing Kelly, only to say the move came after a review of his leadership.