(Reuters) - National Hockey League (NHL) players would love to take part in the 2018 Winter Olympics but are unlikely to shoulder the burden of paying their own travel costs, NHL players' association executive Mathieu Schneider has said. The participation of the NHL players in Pyeongchang has been thrown into doubt after the International Olympic Committee (IOC) said it would no longer cover insurance and travel costs, which have been widely estimated at around $10 million. "I understand from the IOC's perspective that they don't want to pay players to come," Schneider was quoted as saying by Yonhap News. > read whole article

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